The top of this Arts and Crafts-inspired dining table appears to hover above the tapered legs and contrasting slats of the base.
Here are instruction for an easy-to-build steam bending system.
This graceful Queen Anne lowboy combines cabinetmaking and carving skills. The lowboy is also known as a dressing table.
Making your own kaleidoscope is not as complicated as you might think, but it can present challenges to woodworkers of any skill level.
This handsome mirror can hang on its own – the design is soft-spoken enough to complement a variety of furniture styles.
Here is a plan to help you build a low-back Windsor chair. The curves in this classic chair are sawn, not steamed.
Construction is just a matter of routing a circular recess for the mirror glass, then band-sawing out the mirror body, rounding the edges, sanding and finishing.
Tablesaw cut-off boxes make safe, precise crosscuts, even on long or wide stock.
This large pine table has natural edges and imperfections which are evidence of the living tree from which it came.
This wall-mounted glue-up rack saves space, stores pipe clamps, and makes it easy to glue up panels.