When I designed this project, I took advantage of the benefits of custom woodworking. My house is always in need of more storage, so I included two drawers in this mission end end table.
A two-in-one outdoor project gives you a place to store and a place to sit. Build this outdoor storage bench using the free instructions at the link.
This type of Windsor chair is known as a bow back or hoop back. The bent chair back and legs are constructed separately and fitted independently into the seat with socketed joints.
In the hall or behind a sofa, this American table showcases a vibrant top on an ebonized base with bandsawn legs and bent-laminated braces.
This folding snack table is a beauty. It folds perfectly flat and only 1 3/4 inches thick for compact storage.
These carts are great for indoors and out. The three plans include a serving cart, appliance center, and a BBQ cart.
This handsome mahogany cabinet is a smart way to store phone equipment in a home office, library, or den while providing valuable storage space.
Based on a traditional Japanese design, this free-standing screen is made of solid ash and has a replaceable rice paper insert.
This display cabinet makes the most of your stock options. It can be used as a wardrobe, a display case or even as an extra kitchen cabinet. You can also substitute solid wooden doors for the glass ones shown.
A solid cherry chest for linens and blankets will challenge anyones hand joinery techniques. Chests have become popular also as coffee tables, clothes hampers and seating benches.