We are going to show you five projects that create more storage space and make existing cabinet space more accessible. Each project is constructed using readily available lumber, plywood, hardware, L moldings, glue and screws.
If you have empty space above your kitchen cabinets, you already know how difficult it is to keep it clean and the surface is not flat for displaying items. Here is an attractive display shelf you can easily build in a day. This project only requires basic carpentry tools and skills.
We recommend this alteration only for frame-and-panel cabinet doors, where you can replace the inset wood panels with glass. Converting the two doors shown here took about two hours.
Make a simple adjustable fence and a right angle drilling jig to make your drill press work quicker and more accurately. Store them nearby so they are handy when you need them.
This is a link to a Google 3D SketchUp drawing for a wooden toy airplane. You will need the SketchUp software to download this drawing and its freely available online. We do not provide support for this software.
This sewing table tucks neatly way, expands out to be a cutting or layout mat. Please note that this table is not intended for use with the sewing machine unless locking hardware is installed on the fold out legs and tabletop.
This type of Windsor chair is known as a bow back or hoop back. The bent chair back and legs are constructed separately and fitted independently into the seat with socketed joints.
Made entirely of lumberyard pine, this freestanding cupboard combines simple mortise-and-tenon joinery with decorative carving details.
Here are seven great ways to make your three most-used power tools more accurate, more versatile and a lot more fun. They include circular saw jigs, drill jigs, and router jigs. Just scroll down the page for all the information.
In the hall or behind a sofa, this American table showcases a vibrant top on an ebonized base with bandsawn legs and bent-laminated braces.