With a felt top, chip compartments, and built-in drink coasters, this poker table is a sure bet.
More than just a cutting board, this project adds a routed, decorative design that serves a practical purpose, as well.
Ready to take your woodworking in a new direction? Try out this working weather vane. Simple woodworking, some turning, and a little metal work combine into a fun project.
Here’s a new take on a small box project. Instead of a lid, two doors reveal the items inside. Arts and Crafts details make this a standout no matter where it’s placed.
This turntable console rocks a mid-century vibe with its clean lines and low, sleek profile. Inside, there’s space for components as well as your vinyl collection.
Say goodbye to boxy bookcases. This design is based on the classic Georgian style. Its graduated profile, inlay, and moldings make an eye-catching piece of furniture.
Like many other Craftsman projects, this cabinet looks great and is full of practical storage space. And the wide variety of woodworking techniques will provide just the right challenge.
Think of this cart as the trusty sidekick to your workbench. With a thick top, pull-out tray, and plenty of storage, you’ll find it a welcome addition to your shop.
Reclaimed lumber and timber-frame design elements give this table and matching bench loads of farmhouse charm. It’s sure to be a hit in any home.
Fold-down wings and onboard storage for a shop vacuum make this mobile stand a practical addition for any shop. Simple plywood construction means it’s a breeze to build.
This curio cabinet combines all the features that make up a true Craftsman classic -- mortise and tenon joinery, quartersawn white oak, and period hardware. But it's the beveled glass that really makes this project shine.
Simple plywood construction makes this desk solid. Plastic laminate gives it style.
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