Place the trellises close together for maximum mass and privacy. Angle them like half-open shutters to soften a corner of your yard. Or, put them in parallel rows to make an open-roofed arbor.
A wide variety of air-tools can be used in the shop to assemble projects ranging from small craft items to cabinets and furniture. In most instances, a sturdy workbench or table is needed as a work surface to assemble projects. The air-station shown provides a sturdy work surface as well as storage for air tools and fasteners.
Here is a 30 minute trivet project. Literally. Thinking it up took longer than building it.
This sliding compound miter saw work station is more than just a cabinet. Laminate tops provide smooth surfaces to work on and easy cleanup once the project is complete. The two shelves add efficiency to the cabinets storage capacity. And if you need even more storage, there is a matching wall cabinet. The cutting diagrams and materials list are available to download in this Online Extra.
You will have a tough time finding a better place than this nostalgic Sheltered Swing for kicking back after a hard days work.
There are a lot of outdoor table styles. But for some reason, I’ve always liked the look of tall cafe tables. So when it came time to build a table as part of our outdoor kitchen, going tall inches was a natural choice.
A place to sit and relax can add greatly to the enjoyment of your backyard, garden or flower beds. A garden bench is one answer and also a fun workshop project.
Made to hold 10-inch or 12-inch clay pots, this planter lets you remove your plants for easy re-location or switch from plant-to-plant without digging or making a mess!
This classic toy pounding bench always fascinates the kids and never fails to sell. Download Free Woodworking Plans and build this kids bench. Free Patterns include drawings, material and cutting lists and step-by-step instructions.
This gum ball machine is a great build-it-in-a-weekend gift or desktop accent piece.