Made with a panel that floats inside a frame, this door can cope with seasonal wood movement. Build your own frame and panel doors.
While one bookend is fixed, the other moves on four runners until the weight of the books locks it into place. The contrasting wood I used were light oak and dark walnut. You can create your own combination for a unique sliding book rack.
A study in contrasting woods, this delicate napkin holder gives you a chance to improve your hand skills.
With its wooden hinge, sliding feet and delicate bamboo skewer, this miniature easel can adjust to hold items of various sizes.
This mini chopping block complete with knife holder, is always ready for cutting action on the kitchen counter.
This easy to build table provides a working height that is easy on your back and allows a friend to pull up a stool. When the meals is over, stash your stools below, out of the way.
A master shows you how to use your most beautiful boards to build a kitchen table that seats six comfortably.
Building the bar stool is a pleasant exercise in small-scale furniture making, though I recommend making several at a time.
This spice rack is an ingenious way to display and dispense your seasonings.
Use these trivets to hold hot pans and dishes off your counters. They look nice enough to leave out even when not in use.