Looking for classy way to usher your visitors from the bustle of the street to the (hopefully) calming confines of your home? A pathway arbor helps guests make the transition beautifully. Unlike a simple trellis, arbors offer more than just simple accents, they have a dramatic focusing effect that channels they eye and spirit right into the front door of your home.
Amaze your company with this gravity defying wine bottle holder, and give them one to take home when they leave. Easy to make, just a board with a hole in it.
This puzzle is made up of different shaped pieces that fit on a square base. Base is made from 1/4 inches or thicker material, the puzzle pieces can be made any thickness, the different shapes could vary in thickness.
With this router jig and a straight bit in your router you will be able to mill cupped or warped boards flat. This is also an excellent way to refinish worn wooden cutting boards.
Storing fishing rods and reels can be quite difficult unless you have a special rack for them. Here is a simple, easy-to-build design for a rack that not only works but will also look great wherever it is kept. Perfect for beginning woodworkers, this project will hone your layout, cutting and drilling skills. And after it is assembled, you will learn more about applying stains and finishes to enhance the woods natural beauty and ensure that it is well-protected.
Not a free plan but there is a cutting diagram and materials list available to download in this Online Extra from Woodsmith Magazine.
This tall country style clock is 3 separate pieces, with the shelf being the top of each one.
Enjoy the satisfaction of building your own replica of a classic Mission-style table.
This wooden wishing well is relatively easy to construct using common size lumber and will be the feature in any garden or yard.
Spring is here and it is time to start thinking about flowers. One of the best ways to display flowers is with a nice trellis and we think this one fits the ticket just fine. It is easy to build and looks great!