It’s attractive enough to be a serving station for outdoor entertaining, but the durable construction makes it tough enough to work well as a potting bench. Plus, its simple design means you can build the bench in a weekend.
Flowing, organic lines are a hallmark of the Art Nouveau style. We’ve incorporated these details into this bookstand, along with plenty of traditional woodworking.
Not only does this project organize your router gear, it also provides a drop-down workspace. Plus, the construction keeps it approachable enough to build in a weekend.
Providing a home for blades, inserts, and more, this cabinet is the perfect companion for your time at the table saw.
Simple, sturdy, and stylish — you can’t ask for much more when it comes to a bench that lives on the porch.
This wall-mounted system packs in a lot of storage — and an extra worksurface. It’s easy to build and configure to meet your needs.
The mass built into this stand helps your lathe run vibration-free. You can customize the drawers to meet your needs and add an optional swing-out rack to keep your turning tools close while you work.
Here’s a subtle and sinuous treat to sink your woodworking chops into. A picture frame that’s strong and sturdy, yet full of grace and charm.
Put some finishing touches on your "Fireside Retreat" with these built-in bookcases and solid oak trim.
You can build this Bookcase the same way the original Craftsman-style furniture was designed to be built — with a combination of machinery and handwork.
This versatile redwood planter fits into almost any garden or patio arrangement. There are four design options to build, and each has an adjustable shelf to accommodate plants of different sizes.
No matter what size project you're building, this assembly table makes it easy to put it together. Raise or lower the table to hold projects at a comfortable working height. And flip up two wings to expand the work surface.
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