A simple but sturdy bench or stepstool, from the students of the Clear Spring School in Eureka Springs, Ark.
This free woodworking plan for a farmhouse bench is easy to build, with step by step instructions, and you will only need simple basic tools, lumber like 2×4 boards, and pine boards.
If this picnic bench will be for outdoor use, consider using a specie of wood that does well in an outdoor setting.
An advantage of this plywood workbench design is that the piece can be built without a planer or jointer, perfect for someone just getting started in woodworking. See more at StartWoodworking.
Learn how to build a simple tablesaw sled for the construction of beautiful 8×10 hardwood picture frames. Our step-by-step instructions take you through the entire process.
Classic lines and a straightforward design make this gable shed the most popular among shed styles.
This Federal tilt-top tea table is a great intermediate-level project.
This workbench is simple enough and cheap enough that you can make it in a morning, and yet it is big enough for serious woodworking and hobby projects. Add pegboard, a bench vise and a few other accessories and you will have a serious work center.
Per its name, the lean to shed structure simply leans against the house or garage for additional support and provides a water-safe haven. For even moderate do-it-yourselfers, it is a doable weekend project.
Free woodworking plans to make a Farmhouse Table inspired by Pottery Barn Benchwright Table. Features metal stretcher and lots of details to make your table interesting and unique.