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  1. Cherry End Table

    Completed May 2001. This is a Woodsmith project. My Dad and I each made one together in my shop when he came for a visit from out of state. The frames between the drawers are double beaded. There is plenty of storage with two tall drawers. The drawer fronts are curved. The bottom edge...
  2. The Cat's End Table

    My wife asked me to make Donald, the cat, an end table the same height as the window sill so he could sit on the table and look out the window, which he likes to do. So I set about designing and creating The Cat's End Table in a southwestern desert theme. This is the result. Now the other...
  3. Shaker end table

    This was a set of Shaker end tables I made for friends and family this Christmas. I used the popular wood working plans that can be found here http://www.popularwoodworking.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/10/HiRes-SEPT2004-Seg2.pdf I did not dovetail the drawer. I am just not there yet. The rest...
  4. Huge walnut end table

    My mother was wanting an end table to go between two recliners in my parents house. The problem is that she needed it to be big, cause she didn't want to have to move the chairs closer together. I suppose because my father passes gas like a semi on it's engine brakes going down hill..lol...
  5. A nice little table

    A couple years ago a wind storm blew down an apple tree in my front yard. I went out and bought a chainsaw, cut up the tree, and set aside the trunk for resawing. I managed to get a short stack of lumber that I let dry in the shed. Using what material I had, I designed a small side table. The...
  6. Mesquite Patio End Table

    This table shows my continued interest in putting mesquite and iron together. It's 24" high and 25×22 on top. There's a lot of iron work in comparison to the wood work, but I haven't seen a lot of this type of construction out there. I think I'll put a shelf in the next one.
  7. Soup Table

    This was a quick and simple project made out of recycled woods. The top is a slice of I think black poplar from a tree that was being trimmed. It's 17" across and maybe 2" thick. The skirt was made from a discarded piece of door casing. The oak legs were cut from old shipping pallet wood, as...
  8. end table plaque/shadow box

    Drawer had a magnetic child lock, magnet was removed from stock plastic handle and epoxied into the Eagle Globe and Anchor. Double dove tail compliments of my incur LS router fence. Walnut and maple finished with only wax.
  9. Nesting table

    Nesting Table This nesting table is made from solid cherry hardwood and has a curly maple inlay of three gingko leaves. The tops of the two nesting tables fold using butler-tray spring hinges. For storage they slide into a track under the top of the main table. The main table is 18 ½" x 18 ½"...
  10. Suitcase end table

    My wife got this Suitcase from her aunt and wanted to convert it to a functional end table. I bought a foldable tv tray and mounted it to the bottom of the Suitcase but thought it could offer more functionality. So, I made a drawer that blends in and the latches also work and can actually lock...
  11. Maple Mortise Madness

    120 mortise and tennons, 12 dovetails, a lot of biscuits, a few dowels and there you have it! Two end tables and a couch table made of maple finished with three coats of 35 sheen lacquer. The only mechanical fasteners used are for the undermount soft close slides for the drawer. One end table...
  12. Cherry end table

    This is the first piece of actual furniture to come out of my shop early this year. It is the WOOD magazine telephone stand plan. I used cherry out of my dad's woods that he had cut up. It was all air dried. I used a red mahogany stain with a varnish finish. I made a coffee table that takes some...
  13. Mission Style End Table

    After completing the redecorating of our former living room (now a combination dining room and sitting area), we needed an end table for the reading chair. This is the result of that effort. I won't bore you with the whole process of how I made the table but if you're even mildly interested in...
  14. 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.
  15. End Table / Receipt Organizer

    My wife wanted an end table to keep next to the computer to hold receipts and other financial paperwork. This is constructed out of 3/4" baltic birch plywood with edge banding. The drawer is 1/2" baltic birch with a routed path for the hardwood runner mounted inside the cabinet. Everything is...
  16. Pine & Cottonwood Log End Table with Turquoise Inlay

    This is end table #1 of an end table set that we just completed. The base is made from pine and the top is cottonwood. We weren't going to add any inlay to these tables, but they were just screaming to be inlayed hahahaha. This inlay is addicting. The size is 22 1/2" tall and the top is 23×22
  17. 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...
  18. Curly Top Recycled End Table

    This table is made out of scrap wood. Found the pieces in a throw out pile at a hardwood lumber yard. Got the OK to take them. The top is burled Hickory…...I think. Used lap joints, biscuits, and screws for the construction. Even made homemade plugs for underneath the table top supports...
  19. Ambrosia Maple Tables

    Ambrosia Maple Tables-the taller one is going to serve a dual role, one of which is my callmaking finishing table. And the shorter one, just an end table. This was some of the prettiest, highly flavored wood I have seen in a while.
  20. Cherry End Tables

    After completing a walnut end table, I decided to make 2 more. This time I used cherry. I really like the size of this project since it doesn't use a lot of wood and can be done in a relatively short amount of time. Yet it still provides a lot of opportunities to practice and improve on a lot...
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