The notched shelf on our wall sconce is designed to cradle the Lantern, while the mirror behind reflects interesting patterns of light throughout the room.
You should be able to complete and start using this simple picnic table in record time! One day to build it — and another to enjoy it!
An oval frame can greatly enhance the photo, painting or mirror it frames. However, keeping all the dimensions correct can sometimes tax even the most skilled woodworker.
Here is an easy weekend project that is as practical as they come. This simple nesting table project that will take you less time to build than you might imagine at first glance.
So many bench-top style tools are available today it is easy to accumulate several, including table saws, jointers, sanders, scroll saws, planers and others. With either purchased or shop-made individual stands, the tools can take up a lot of room. This multi-purpose tool cabinet will aid in that solution.
This Towel Holder turns a plain roll of paper towels into an attractive point of interest in any kitchen. Plus…it is both easy to build (thanks to the readily available gallery spindles) and quick to sell at craft fairs, festivals and similar events.
This attractive pine clock is inexpensive and easy to build using the free woodworking plans at the link.
This scrollsaw pattern is designed to be used in conjunction with the Buildeazy free plan How to make a mailbox stand, but would also be ideal for use in other projects as a decorative corbel in a structure such as a gazebos or a porch.
This type of wooden mailbox is along the lines of letterboxes more likely to be found in the City Suburbs of Australasia. US mailboxes are designed differently and for the most have postal regulations as to structure and dimensions including height off ground.
I chose to make my gate a double swing gate because of the added width provided by two doors. It took me one day to build and install the gates. Here are my notes on how the frame was built.