This reproduction of a rare Gustav Stickley table was featured in the December 2007 issue of Popular Woodworking magazine. Model was created, and the table was built by senior editor Robert W. Lang.
This reproduction of a Shaker Trestle table was the cover project for issue 6 of Woodworking Magazine. This model was created by Louis Bois, and was built by editor Christopher Schwarz.
This is a one page document that contains the cutting diagram for the Multi-Purpose table that appeared in the Australian Woodsmith magazine Issue 64. Go to this link and open up Issue 64 Multi-purpose table.
This is a 6 page PDF file detailing how to build this classic drop leaf table. Beautiful furniture to last generations.
A demi-lune is the name that was often given to tables shaped like this (or a half-moon to us English-speaking folk). I was asked to make the table to stand in front of a mirror in an entrance hall.
A two page PDF document with section drawings and metric measurements to build a shaker style table with tapered legs.
Complete instructions for making a Gate Leg Drop Leaf Table.
An 18th Century Masterpiece evolved from a distinguished original antique. This is a collection piece and an authentic copy of the original reproduced from drawings made especially for the Woodford mansion collection by Edward Austin Walton, nationally known authority on Period Furniture.
My portable planer works great for planing lumber to final thickness. The problem is, the short infeed and outfeed tables make it difficult to support long workpieces. So I built the extended infeed/outfeed tables for my planer shown in this photo.
Wow! Is the reaction I heard when I brought this table out of the shop. The curly maple panels and the jet-black legs make this small table a project that really stands out. But what I find more interesting are the techniques used to build it. The cutting diagrams and materials list are available to download in this Online Extra.