Create the perfect workshop compliment for your mitersaw with just a couple of sawhorses, some plywood and fasteners. Read more at StartWoodworking.
A simple but sturdy bench or stepstool, from the students of the Clear Spring School in Eureka Springs, Ark.
These workshop storage shelves were a simple project to build but sometimes the simple can be easy to screw up. I believe I did a pretty good job with this one though, The proportions are good, the spacing of the shelves works well…
An advantage of this plywood workbench design is that the piece can be built without a planer or jointer, perfect for someone just getting started in woodworking. See more at StartWoodworking.
Learn how to build a simple tablesaw sled for the construction of beautiful 8×10 hardwood picture frames. Our step-by-step instructions take you through the entire process.
This workbench is simple enough and cheap enough that you can make it in a morning, and yet it is big enough for serious woodworking and hobby projects. Add pegboard, a bench vise and a few other accessories and you will have a serious work center.
Add a bit of pizzazz to your homes exterior and brighten your own view from inside the house with this simple, classic window box design.
There are many variations of the classic adirondack chair. This particular version features straightforward construction and common materials.
With a gentle angle on which to rest your feet, you can relax in comfort and satisfaction after building this Adirondack Footstool.
This arbor features a lattice design perfect for climbing flowers. However, you can create your own to either close it in more for added privacy or open it up for a lighter feel.