Cabinets, Bookcases, Seating, Tables
With a felt top, chip compartments, and built-in drink coasters, this poker table is a sure bet.
This sturdy and practical project was built with pocket-hole joinery — a simple technique with some clever cover-ups.
Create two different candle holders using contrasting accent strips and the same band saw technique.
Create the gracefully curved legs for this table using an easy, bent-lamination technique.
This bench is a simple country classic. It might look kind of familiar, because this basic style has been used for ages.
How do you build a sturdy outdoor table without any tricky mortise and tenon joinery? Using pocket screws makes it quick and easy.
A curved apron and tapered legs with inlays really set this classic table apart from the crowd.
You might expect a bow-front end tabe like this to throw you a few curves, but creating each of the formal details is pretty straightforward.
A sofa table with built-in storage or a long, low bookcase? Any way you look at it, this is a great project to build.
A simple design with no-nonsense mortise and tenon joinery makes this table an irresistible project.
A solid cherry hall table inspired by the timeless quality and clean, uncomplicated lines of Shaker design.
With a unique design, the bookcase is fun to build and sure to be a conversation piece in your home.
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