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  1. Reclaimed Wood Bedroom Set

    This was my "great white buffalo", the one project that got me hooked on woodworking. I was required to take a sculpture class in college as part of my art/graphic design major. This was the first time I was exposed to working with wood and woodworking tools. My wife and I were getting married...
  2. Wall Hung Mirror

    I built this Mirror frame that goes with the dresser I finished recently. The plan is from WOOD Magazine Jan 2009. It was a super easy build. It only took a weekend. I already started the matching bedside tables to complete my bedroom set.
  3. A Teenager's 3-Dimensional Dream... Come True!

    This is actually the second "Teenager's Dream" project I did; I'll get the other one posted eventually. Mom sketched up the initial concept for her daughter's room. The challenge was adding more closet space while the actual closet was being closed and stolen to expand mom's closet. The first...
  4. Bedroom Set

    This is a bedroom set I made for a client at work a while back. The client had a picture of the bedroom set they wanted but wanted to stain it a different color. Everything was made of birch. The set included a King size head/foot board, 2 night tables, and a highboy. There are rails that goes...
  5. A & C Wedge and Strap Bed

    Here is my arts and crafts style Wedge and Strap bed, named for the backsplash detail. It is designed to look like a wedge driven laterally to tighten a leather strap, but is actually a walnut inlay. The headboard and footboard feature angled stiles and solid frame and panel construction. The...
  6. Bubinga Bed

    This bed was created for a long time customer that normally goes with mesquite wood. But she wanted a wood that really stood out for her bed. Bubinga ended up being that wood. We used highly figured bubinga veneer for the panels on both the bed and nightstands. Long rails of bubinga were used...
  7. the nine years bedroom set

    I completed the construction of the bed, the nine drawer dresser, and the two night table in about 2 months, and it took me another nine years to the the mirror. So finally the set is complete. made of ash and finish with poly. The drawers are dovetailed (machine) and there are several secret...
  8. Night Stands

    I built these two night stands for my brother as a wedding gift. He is getting married Labor Day weekend and I still have to finish two dressers by then. These are made from ambrosia maple stained with GF water based stain (rosewood.) Top coat is Arm-R-Seal satin. All mortise and tenon joints...
  9. Focus on the Workspace
    This is my first post but I've been lurking for quite some time and have gained a lot of helpful tips from you all, so thank you! A few facts first: I live in Michigan, in a manufactured home that has a one car 14×24, attached garage with a sloped roof…ceiling height is about 7'6" on the low...
  10. Blogs
    Beginning this Blog I recently was referred to this site by Steve Good, who has a wonderful, comprehensive scroll saw forum and blog page. Although I have been doing woodworking for almost fifteen years, I have finally reached a point in my life where I am able to make it the main focus of my...
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  11. Wood & Lumber
    Anybody ever use dogwood for anything? I sliced one up from my daughters back yard and it looks prtty white and pretty hard.
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