From the outside, it looks like a typical blanket chest. But with a pull of the two knobs on the front, you will see why it is the perfect backdoor storage solution. Rather than a vast, empty case, the door reveals a drop-front, divided bin that organizes the contents of the chest and keeps it all within easy reach. The cutting diagrams and materials list are available to download in this Online Extra from the Woodsmith Magazine web site.
Build this bench with just a few tools using scrap wood laying around your shop! Materials list and step-by-step instructions at the link.
Built of birds-eye maple, this Colonial table is sure to draw compliments for the craftsmanship that took place in your shop.
Note: These are cutting diagrams only for this kitchen island, courtesy of Workbench magazine.
This handsome bench hides a hose. It is built from 1 x 6 boards; we used ipe, a rot-resistant tropical hardwood, but you could choose cedar, redwood, or teak for natural beauty and durability.
An attractive table – an extra chair – a place to store whatever you like. It is a project you are sure to flip over!
Hardware and Cutting Materials list only – for this display case as it appeared in Workbench Magazine. Scroll the page and look under Home Improvements.
This is a simple wall-mounted corner cupboard. The carcass is 3/4 inch birch plywood. The trim is 5/8 inch thick cherry.
This quick seating project can serve as seats or side tables.
A place to sit and relax can add greatly to the enjoyment of your backyard, garden or flower beds. A garden bench is one answer and also a fun workshop project.