Woodworking blog entries tagged with 'kids furniture'

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2015 Woodworkers Fighting Cancer Build

10-27-2015 08:28 PM by PCorl | 0 comments »

This year I joined with Woodworkers Fighting Cancer and built the table and chairs project. It was a fun build and I thank Marc and Nichole over at The Woodwhisperer for all the work they put into setting up this great annual build. If you would like to know more about it just check out To view my video please go to:

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Solid Wood Furniture #1: Unique Beds and Other Ideas to Update Your Teenager's Bedroom

06-23-2015 08:12 PM by Ryan Dye | 2 comments »

In the eyes of a parent, it is a basic teen bedroom – a place to sleep, do homework, text friends, and closet a wardrobe. In the mind of a teen, the bedroom is a personal space that reflects independence, individuality, social status, dreams, and so much more. The bedroom is the one place in the universe that adolescents can call their own. When selecting unique beds and accessories to update your teenager’s bedroom, a collaborative approach is the one most likely to lead to a successfu...

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X-Men Bunk Bed #2: The Headboard and Footboard Part I, Making Xs

04-15-2012 11:08 PM by Patrick Jaromin | 4 comments »

Laying out the Ends Typically I find a detailed SketchUp drawing to be sufficient for my builds. For this project, however, I felt the need to do a full-size drawing to lay the components out on. After drafting an end on a 4×8 sheet of MDF,  I started ripping down another MDF sheet to 6” wide strips. After much thought, the easiest way to build the edge-beveled, circle-inscribed Xs would be to cut the strips, bevel the edges on the table saw, and then cut the compound joints to ...

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Oak Boat Bed #2: The Headboard

02-21-2012 12:04 PM by Chris Davis | 0 comments »

When coming up with a design for the boats headboard for the first time I wanted more like a bookcase headboard. Something more then just a flat headboard. What I did was take a simple bookcase headboard, one like I’d use on a captain’s bed, and tilt it back a little. To give it more of a nautical look, I cut portholes across the top and then some larger ones in the sides. Building Picture Raw Video of the build <other /> Video streaming by Ustream For more building...

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This Week In the Shop #4: Children's Picnic Table

06-11-2011 06:23 AM by WhiskeyWaters | 1 comment »

This week in the shop, I got the chance to use up a few of the pine boards laying in the woodpile. My son got a picnic table out of the deal. The table is 24″ L, 11″ W & about 11″ H. You can catch a few other projects at The table: The chair (the rails are too close together): The result as he knows it: A side shot of the chair. It’s a little skinny: I attached the top with a few screws. You can deduce the construction of the side with this shot....

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