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  1. Keurig Coffee Holder

    This is a Keurig coffee holder I made to store the coffee and tea the family likes to drink. I decided to make it out of left over hickory from another project. I made it with three shelves, one for each family member. Basic simple design with a lacquer finish. This is the second type box for...
  2. Oak coffee table

    Another salvage wood project. I found an oak counter top someone was throwing out and built this table from it. Accent material is some left over mahogany.
  3. Cedar, Pine, and Oak End Tables

    Made 6 of the same table all with different woods. The first one is a cedar table with oak barn board legs, the second is a pine table with oak, maple, and plywood legs, and the third is a 2 tone oak table with oak and maple legs. I put a simple curve on all the legs and the top as I like curves.
  4. Manly Japanese Inspired Work Mug

    If you prefer not to read, the video is here View on YouTube So I had recently acquired a full set of auger bits but the box I had for them wasn't really worth fixing and was pretty much done for. I wanted to do something different and totally overkill for the job of holding the bits and...
  5. Oak Coffee Table

    My daughter wanted a coffee table for her new house for Xmas. She sends me a picture of one she likes and then I design and build one the size she wants-with a 36×44" top. Got it done just in time with help from my wife who does the finishing. She used a wood filler to help give a more...
  6. Walnut and tiger maple coffee table

    I guess I tried to use a bit of arts-and-crafts influence in this one, although the wood choice is obviously non-traditional. When I first brought it up from the basement, my wife hated it. But she has gotten so many compliments on it over the years, that I think she has taken a liking to it...
  7. Coffee Table

    Been busy recently finishing an guest bedroom addition. Turned out nice too. Anyhow I wanted to show you guys one of my first wood projects that I did…get this…outdoors, on a deck I built, under the sum and stars, with only cheap hand power tools and an ancient Rockwell table saw with a...
  8. Barn window coffee table

    Simple coffee table using an old barn window. My wife designed it, and I built it. Tempered glass is on top and on the bottom shelf. Legs have a taper and are dadoed into the shelf below the top. The wood used is all reclaimed barn boards; maple, elm, and red oak.
  9. Coffee Table

    I decided to build a coffee table as my first major woodworking project. I didn't want to invest a lot of cost into the materials but I also wanted to use something decent, so I chose poplar. The top was made from an edge glued panel made from spruce or aspen wood purchased from Lowes. I used...
  10. Cantilever End Table

    This table is made 100% out of scrap wood that was destined to be burned. The boards that I decided to use were full of flaws and were so unique and colorful that the flaws had to be designed around. This End Table has so many flaws that it should have been thrown out; but the flaws make this...
  11. Coffee table

    Finished and delivered my version of a Greg Klassen's River Table, made from Yew and Sycamore. Really enjoy creating these tables as everyone is unique, due to the natural imperfections in the wood.
  12. Yet more cups of coffee and biscuits

    Having said to someone recently that I never made the same thing twice, here I am having made the third one of these "2 cups of coffee & a packet of biscuits, please". The first I made just for a bit of fun, but it's proved very useful for its purpose, and has since had daily use. I was speaking...
  13. coffee table - Stag Beetle

    Hello! I have no idea what kind of wood it is. I think it's something from India. It's the second table i have made (first is in heaven now) and the biggest inlay I have ever made (inspiration of this inlay- my bro photo: http://blepharopsis.deviantart.com/gallery/?offset=312#/d18rovt). Inlay...
  14. Modern Coffee Table

    This piece was originally intended to fit inside the Cooper Entertainment Center as the TV console. The plans for the electronic components changed and so I had to make a new console. I thought that this piece would do well as a freestanding modern coffee table. I added the black base and then...
  15. From Pallet to Coffee Table

    This project was dual purpose, 1-make a coffee table for my grandma-in-law, 2-enter in the glue only contest. I also like to reuse wood, so I found a nice pine pallet up the road (about a 5'x12' pallet). There was a lot of work and some new trial and errors I had to go through. Every piece of...
  16. Cherry Coffee Table

    This was my first big project completed at my home shop (garage)! This coffee table was constructed with 4/4 cherry wood. The wood cost me $150 total. Table top: The table top was a little difficult to get glued together as I do not have a Jointer. I used a tablesaw jig to get the boards as...
  17. Simple 3 hr coffee table

    I had some extra boards of mahogany and oak. I laminated the mahogany boards to make the legs and the top is 8/4 oak. It was fun to build because it took me half a morning to make it. The only request from my wife was that it looked modern. I don't know about modern but it was designed simple.
  18. Oak coffee table

    Massive oak coffee table with wengé details at legs. I accualy rebuild this from the old one witch had a bend top I cut the top in 4 parts planed them and reglued the parts back together to make this modern style table with the wengé details. (notice the TV case in the background) - Frank Boer...
  19. fresh Coffee Table and chisels. Tiny.

    All of my life I have been fascinated by anything miniature. My love for miniatures and woodworking finally came together now that I have a break from school. This is my first 1/12 scale piece. The top is spalted maple, and the base it walnut. The splines in the miters are also maple. All the...
  20. CHERRY AND MAPLE COFFEE TABLE

    I MADE THIS FOR A CONTEST,BUY I DIDNT ENTER IT.IT TOOK ME ABOUT A WEEK AND A HALF TO MAKE. THE COFFEE TABLE IS MADE OF FRAMING PANEL CONSTRUCTION, THE MAPLE IS VENEERED OVER A 1/4 IN. MDF SUBSTRAIGHT. I HOPE YA'LL LIKE IT, IT'S ONE OF MY FAVORITE PIECES.
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