The plant stand shown above has turned shelves and top which are fitted to the legs after they are band sawed and moulded on a shaper.
I like drilling shelf pin holes in the top, bottom, and both sides of a box so that it can be used vertically or horizontally. But that means aligning and spacing of all those holes becomes fairly critical. After all, you do not want crooked or wobbly shelves. Nothing works better for uniform spacing than a layout jig.
Increase kitchen workspace with this tasteful mobile cart.
A very inexpensive compost bin can be made using wooden pallets. These bins cost almost nothing and you divert pallets that would eventually end up in the landfill. This design includes a removable front to make it easy to turn the compost.
General information of how to build an iguana cage.
A walk through of how to. No measured drawings. Jill envisioned a couple of columns from the floor to ceiling that would help separate the two rooms. When Ron arrived, she and the boys were ready to roll up their sleeves and get to work.
Cathy wanted to add some type of architectural detail that might create a lodge atmosphere. Ron recommended that they capture this effect by adding a rustic post and beam archway to the opening of the dining room.
A walk through of how to build a fun growth chart to watch your kid is progress. PDF format drawings included.
A walk through of how to build a picnic table.
Simplify building recessed wooden wall shelves by constructing custom shelving that fits in the spaces between existing wall studs without requiring stud removal.