All of the plans in this category are from Popular Woodworking magazine. Popular Woodworking has delivered articles and commentary from America’s best and brightest woodworkers for more than 30 years. The editorial focus is a committed philosophy of hybrid woodworking – blending the best of hand tool and power tool woodworking. We bring you woodworking projects for every skill level ranging from simple (but attractive) projects that use basic joinery, to complex furniture plans using advanced woodworking techniques.
If you'd like to practice your woodworking skills and take a trip back to a simpler age, this pinhole camera kit will provide both.
Part of our I Can Do That project collection, this bench is based on a Swedish antique. It uses through mortise-and-tenon construction to produce a solid bench that will withstand both children and time!
Greene & Greene Garden Table
Made from mahogany, this table screams Greene & Greene design details!
Prairie Spindle Chair
Many Arts & Crafts enthusiasts consider the cube chair the stylistic peak of the Arts & Crafts movement.
Military Writing Desk
This ingenious box from the early 1800s folds open to reveal a leather surface that's ideal for writing letters.
Butler Tray Table
Nothing says "classy" like bringing out a full tea service on a tray table.
Benjamin Seaton's Tool Chest
Build this 18th century tool chest with guidance from Christopher Schwarz.
Traditionally, these stackable bookcases were used in the offices of lawyers and politicians.
Arts and Crafts Mantel Clock
This Arts & Crafts inspired mantel clock will quickly become the focus of attention on your mantel.
English Layout Square
Wooden layout tools can be superior to metal ones. They are lightweight, inexpensive, and as accurate as woodworking requires.
Yes, birds will certainly live in this house, but let's face it, the design is mostly for your enjoyment.