A colonial chair is easy to build and offers no great problem in upholstering. A chair of this type combines well with conventional two piece overstuffed living room suites and also makes an attractive bedroom chair.
The three wren houses shown here may be used as the hanging type or placed on a post. Build them using these free woodworking plans.
Here is a tree bench for your yard that can be built from exterior grade wood. The seat, as shown, is made in two sections so that it may be taken apart and stored in the garage or basement during the winter months of the year.
Plans and cutting diagram for a Shaker Clock. DXF format.
Build this hoosier cabinet for your kitchen or dining room using the free information available at the link.
These two projects can easily be completed in a weekend! Mine were both made from oak, to match our bathroom vanity. The only challenge here is scooping out the tissue holder so it can be recessed into the wall. The magazine rack has it is own challenge, making the mortises for the slats. Plans are available for both projects.
Patterns and instructions for building your own cassette holder.
Build this straight-forward looking bookcase using the free woodworking plans at the link.
For this project you can use scrap pieces of wood from other projects or a solid block of wood to create a beautiful box.
I made drawer pulls that double as label holders, as you can see in the photo. Here is how I did it.