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  1. Entry Bench

    We moved into a new house in January and the coat closet is not next to the door, there are also hickory floors that I don't want to scratch up with gravel from the driveway. This was the end result. The base is birch plywood and poplar, the top is poplar finished with stain and a thick coat...
  2. Spessart oak entry door

    Decided to change my front door about a year ago from the ugly 70's style slab door to the period appropriate craftsman style to go along with my 1926 home. Door is Spessart oak, lightly fumed with ebony plugged tenons and dentil shelf inlay accents. Used hand blown bullseye glass for the...
  3. Phase 1 Entryway: Solid Cherry Bench w/ Drawers

    Alright. Up for you viewing pleasure is phase 1 of a built in setup for our entryway. It features a solid cherry bench top, 3/4 inch ply cabinets, poplar euro style face frame, poplar raise panel drawer fronts, and 100lb ball bearing drawer slides. Dimensions are 10' long x 18'' high x 22''...
  4. riverstone table with Manzanita legs

    Here's a riverstone table that I recently sold out of a gallery in Avila Beach CA. The legs are Manzanita, and the top is a slab from a local walnut. There are splines behind each stone that join the two 1/2s of the table together. Comments and Critiques are welcome!!!
  5. Entry way Phase 2 ... Almost done

    Its been a while… here was my phase one post. The only things not completed are the cabinet doors, which will match the raised panel drawers, and crown molding. The cabinets are built out of birch and maple plywood with poplar face frames. The coat hanger is cherry to match the bench. We dont...
  6. Walnut slab console table

    A fellow woodworking hobbyist purchased some walnut slabs and bought this one for his house. He asked me to make it into a console table and his wife told me the dimensions and gave some guidance on what she wanted to see. This is the end result. The legs are maple - they came from one 12" wide...
  7. Basement barn doors

    This is the new walkout basement doors I had to build to help keep the wind out of my basement while building the walkout extension. I simply datoed the 2×4s for the OSB pieces to fit within. I did not glue them in case I need to make future changes. I also used 3 1/2 deck screws to assemble...
  8. Shoe Bench for Entryway

    Made with Box Store lumber (what they call cabinet grade plywood and aspen trim) and left unfinished at the customers request. She's going to paint it. It is sturdy. I traded for this piece. She's doing a short infomercial on my workshop to help push my keychains.
  9. Torsion Box Tablesaw / Router Table

    This is my new tablesaw built from 5/8" MDF in a Torsion Box design. It is 72" x 72" x 4"and has built in cabinets for my DeWalt Planer and Delta Joiner for easy access. The table is covered in Formica for a nice smooth surface. The saw sits on a 3/4" plywood platform that has 4x jacking...
  10. Blackler Hall Seat

    When I shifted to my new house here in Christchurch, New Zealand I needed a hall seat for the entrance area. I selected some Westland Red Beech (Nothofagus fusca) and followed as best I could the plans and instructions in a book I had on Arts and Crafts furniture. I am happy with the result...
  11. Shoe storage

    Replaced some leftover deckboards with this Nothing spectacular, pocket hole carcass and doors. Danish oil finish Serves a purpose
  12. Mission Style Entry Bench

    I was hired to build this for a christmas present for a friend this past winter. He saw one in a Menards flyer and wanted the same thing, only made out of solid wood. Red oak construction. The 4 main rails between the sides are mortise and tenon. Some secondary members are screwed together...
  13. Hall Tree

    After 10 years of kicking around back packs and shoes that are always in the way, my wife decided she would like a Hall Tree for our foyer. For the last year or so I have been gathering ideas from the internet and putting plans together in "Sketchup". I wanted to re-purpose some old doors and...
  14. Walnut entry way Table

    Finished this a month ago. Its basically 3" thick walnut. I glued two pieces together to make it 16" wide and added some hairpin legs.
  15. Reclaimed Grey Barn Siding Sliding Door

    Here's a nice looking grey siding covered sliding barn door we did. This wood came from Iowa. This cool door covers the entry to a pantry and uses our 8″ v groove wheel hardware. I love this oversized hardware. It glides so smooth. I used the new style black phenolic door guide I recently...
  16. Naughty (Knotty) Refined Rustic White Oak & Black Walnut China Hutch, Antler Handles, Antique Glass

    This is my entry in the "A Knot Like No Other" category for the Winter Lumberjock woodworking Competition. Photo 1 Photo 2 Photo 3 Photo 4 Photo 5 Photo 6 Project Story: I have a hard time choosing one knot that is special on this project though. I suppose the story behind the knot...
  17. Entry Table

    This is an entry or hall table made of ash for some clients that I done much work for. The design is based off of simple Shaker lines but I don't consider it Shaker. I just wanted to keep it simple and refined. Dimensions are about 42" long, 16" wide, and 28" high. The top is 1" thick. The...
  18. Exterior Design Project

    My brother and I built this house in central Ohio. After the construction was complete, the clients wanted to take a look at designing a covered entryway. I drew it up by hand then contracted out the SketchUp drawings. This was before I knew how to use SketchUp. I used both SketchUp and scale...
  19. Entry Bench

    I got the idea for this bench from the following site: http://www.shanty-2-chic.com/2014/08/diy-upholstered-bench.html The only thing I did differently from that site is the top of the bench which I made from 2×4's. Everything is pine. I purchased the legs from Osborne Wood. I've never...
  20. Front Entry

    This is a front entry i built out of Cypress with an Oak sill and Spanish Cedar door.
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