Fill an empty wall with framed mirrors and inexpensive mouldings. Here is how we did it.
Follow these step-by-step instructions to installing beadboard wainscoting.
If you notice the title of this piece I have created a new furniture type by calling this a Media Buffet, since really it can be either. Follow these step-by-step instructions to build one.
This compact and effective rolling clamp rack is based on the elegant sawhorse design of James Krenov. There are no measurements or layout diagrams in this PDF. Just a copy of the illustrated diagram from a recent publication of Fine Woodworking magazine.
Welcome Easter with this cute Easter bunny sign for your door or walls. It is an easy project to saw out and if you are really persistent, it is also finished in a day.
This clever chicken lends you a helping hand in the kitchen by holding a recipe card while you are cooking. You can of course leave the recipe card away and the chicken makes a cute decoration for any room.
This cute little wooden snowman makes a wonderful addition to your collection of Christmas tree ornaments. His form is simple and within a few hours you can complete a dozen of these little guys.
You can build your son or daughter a plywood canoe in a weekend. The simplest canoes are made of just 3 pieces of plywood: the two sides, and the base. More complex shapes can be created, but these instructions are for a simple canoe.
The type of crosscut sled that I use on my table saw is not so much a dainty thing that slides on both sides of the grove. Rather, its meant for crosscutting larger pieces of lumber. Sort of a very sturdy alternative to the miter gauge for crosscuts, closer to a sliding table than a miter gauge.
By Steve Blenk. Got an offcut from a beautifully figured board? Turn it into a plate! Standard 3/4 inch wood and a shop-made chuck are all you need.