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  1. Nice wall unit

    This is a nice little murphy bed wall unit. This thing was a real test in intestinal fortitude. With walls way out of whack and an upset owner this just started out bad on the first day of installation. But Got-R-Done and now everyone is happy. This beast has 12 doors on it and the side...
  2. Hand Joinery Bedside Table

    Quarter-sawn Mahogany, 2010 "Hand Joinery Bedside Table" was my first project completed at Rochester Institute of Technology. The requirements for this piece was to use all hand tools to make a small table, using only the bandsaw to rough out general shapes, every finished surface and all...
  3. A Fine Bedside Table

    Hi Everybody …. I recently added a post to my dorset custom furniture blog about a cool table we're working on …. Check it out if you have a minute. i'll also be updating my 'Build Your Own Pool Table' entry in the next day or two …. http://dorsetcustomfurniture.blogspot.com/
  4. Floating Drawer Boxes

    A pair of floating Drawer boxes designed for a client to flank a bed in his guest studio. fashioned from walnut with curly maple drawer sides, they incorporate handles sculpted from the solid walnut drawer fronts. Boxes are mitered, with hidden interior splines. Mounted using French cleats.
  5. Furniture I made for my Grand Daughters room.

    When my son and daughter-in-law became pregnant last fall I was asked by them to make the furniture for my Grand-daughters room. I made the crib mainly out of poplar, because it was going to be finished in white paint. The changing table/dresser, the nightstand, and the dollhouse bookcase were...
  6. Bedside Table

    This was a build from a FWW article by Garrett Hack. As a hobbyist, I tend to make stuff that is overbuilt, with big, clunky joinery. Also as a hobbyist ww, I tend to stick to what I'm comfortable with. This project had a lot of very delicate, complex (for me) joinery that was a good challenge...
  7. Bedside Table Stands

    This is a pair of bedside tables I just finished. There was very little room available next to the bed so I had to make them narrow. They are 29" tall and the top is 10"x10".
  8. A few different Bedside Tables..[nightstands]

    A few more bits of furniture .. this time bedside tables or as you might know them ,, nightstands. All are made from recycled hoop pine with different stains.. First is Nordic Teak stain., and the young lady is my daughter Sam.. now 18 years old. Second is traditional Cedar stain Third is Teak...
  9. Rustic, well sort, of Bedside Tables

    I had a neighbor give me a couple of new cabinet bases that had been in storage for many years still in their boxes. No tops. So, since we needed bedside tables. I glued up some barnwood tops, found some great aspen pieces for lamp bases along the creek and went to work. I think I got a pretty...
  10. Small Ash/Oak ?bedside table with drawer

    A couple of weeks ago I was pretty ill. And the weather was bad. And I was a bit down about the whole woodworking thing (I've been here before and the general consensus was that I should give it up, but that's not my thing). I'd spent a couple of hours in the "shop", and nothing had gone right...
  11. Stool/ Bedside Table - Made out of Pallet timber for Exhibition

    Hi this project is made for an upcoming exhibition "Create from a Crate". The timber is of course made from a pallet. The bent lamination was the first lamination that i have ever done, while i can see ways to improve the project i am very pleased with the final result. The legs are made of...
  12. Nightstand Project

    Here are the Maple Bedside tables that I built. I used the plan from Wood Magazine Nov 2008. My wife bought me the plan here. I made a few changes. I built one deep drawer instead of two shallow drawers and I made the top a bit smaller. I also used pocket screws instead of mortise and tenon...
  13. Rustic nightstand for my lovely wife

    My lovely wife mentioned we needed new nightstands now that the master bedroom has been freshly painted, she surprised me with a picture of the rustic style she wanted. It's made of Southern yellow pine, and the top is 5/4 cherry. It was a hit with my wife, so mission accomplished. Added a...
  14. Bedside table of mango and spalted hackberry

    I hereby claim the only piece of furniture ever made from mango (the legs) and spalted hackberry (top, aprons, shelf) The handle and the dowels holding the shelf are walnut. The dowels holding the shelf are because I didn't have enough hackberry to bridge the space! I really like the floating...
  15. Bedside Table

    Made this small bedside table for my step daughter for Christmas. She had found some basic designs a few months earlier and wanted something that was white. I've experimented with bleaching wood a few times and although the process is really tedious, it has a nice effect where it preserves the...
  16. Walnut Bedside Table

    I made this walnut bedside table for my youngest granddaughter. It is a modification of a Stickley design. Secondary case wood is white oak (I had some scraps), and the drawer box is "white wood" from the big box store.
  17. Shaker Bedside Table

    This is the first furniture project I ever made. I built this as an independent study project back in 1990 in my high school woodworking class. It is made from hard maple, with a lap-jointed drawer assembly. Pretty basic and rough by my standards today, but it was a first go at it. I gave this...
  18. Walnut Bedside Tables

    In prep for moving into our new house, I am building a bedroom set for my wife and myself. This is the first part of that set. Two bedside tables, designed in sketch-up and made from solid american walnut. This was my first project taking rough boards to a final product. I went with a simple...
  19. Bedside Table

    My 88 y/o neighbor asked for a bedside table and provided rough measurements to meet the space next to her bed. Online I looked at some examples and printed them out for her to select. Had to cut down the table she selected as the one she picked was twice the size as this finished product...
  20. Walnut night stand / bedside table

    Here's the finally finished nightstand I've been making for my son. Took me long enough and missed his birthday by a month, but I'm pleased with the results. Family jobs always fall behind paying jobs. Here's a link to the blog of the progress for some background. It's all mortise and tenon...
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