Build your own Shaker cabinet doors using this free tutorial. All you need is oak strips, plywood, wood glue and a table saw.
Here are the complete instructions including materials list and exploded diagrams to help you build this Shaker wall clock.
Build Shaker style cabinet doors with beadboard panels with these instructions. Shaker style doors are easy to build using basic tools like a table saw, router and miter saw.
This is a link to a Google 3D SketchUp drawing for a Shaker style bed. You will need the SketchUp software to download this drawing and its freely available online.
This Shaker wall clock has square-headed dowels to reinforce the clocks corner joints and give a traditional appearance.
This is a woodworking model of a shaker-style coat and mitten rack from Minwax. Great for your entrance with its pegs and shelf.
This shaker cabinet was the cover project from issue 5 of Woodworking Magazine, built by editor Christopher Schwarz after Ejner Handberg’s drawings in Shop Drawings of Shaker Furniture and Woodenware, vol. 1 inches (Berkshire House). SketchUp model by illustrator Louis Bois. More information and back issues available at the magazine website.
A two page PDF document with section drawings and metric measurements to build a shaker style table with tapered legs.
This project comes from Marilyns dad Frank who actually built it many years ago. I have no idea where he got the plans but it is a simple and nice looking design for an old fashioned Shaker style wall box.