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  1. Mission Floor lamp

    This floor lamp is made entirely of scrap pieces from other projects. It is part of the three lamp collection I have made. The lamp shades are the same for two of the lamps and interchangeable. The base is made is 14×14 veneer plywood with simple homemade trim surrounding the platform. You...
  2. Floor Standing Mirror

    This is my first big woodworking project - a floor standing mirror for my beautiful wife. I stressed over this project because I knew she would be looking at it everyday and I really wanted her to like it. There were a lot of "firsts" for me on this project which made it a good challenge. I...
  3. sun ray floor

    Red oak floor stained Ebony with aluminum accent strips between each piece and wenge for the center. This is a floor that we installed and sanded over a year ago (before I was a member of lumberjocks) and its the only photo I can find at the time. If I find more pictures I'll be sure to add them...
  4. Kitchen cabinets and floor color change

    First 2 pics are of finished project…followed by before pics
  5. chair repair

    one my friends brought me this chair. it had been in his family for awhile. it was about to be thrown away because of it's condition, but he wanted to save it. obviously, it needed some help. it only had 3 good joints on it, i had to repair the rest of them. the funny thing is that he was...
  6. Workshop Floor Sweep Attachment

    Workshop Floor Sweep Attachment How much are you willing to pay for 1 meter of plastic tube with a handle and a nozzle, $40 - $50? Well I was not willing to spend that much for a floor gulper, so I gave it try to make one. I had a piece of left over tube, added 45 angle elbow, a piece of ¼...
  7. hardwood floors and heater vents

    We put 3/4" hardwood (maple in bedrooms and cherry through living area) floors in the house a few years back. The choice of wood was based upon price and availability and I am actually pretty happy with the look. The maple was a steal and came with about 5% highly figured including birds eye...
  8. Ash floor install

    These photos show the installation progress of our locally milled ash floors. I did herringbone detail in the kitchen mostly on my own (with some help from a buddy with the tricky border detail transition). Over 1800 sf of ash was installed plus both entry and back entry stairways… lots of work...
  9. Refinish 2200 ft2 Brazilian Cherry Hardwood Floor

    I divided this project into three sections, tackling each in sequence. Dividing the floor into three sections made the whole thing more manageable. I worked on this on 6 weekends, some evenings, and some mornings, over a span of two months. The project included a foyer, a living room, a...
  10. Reclaimed Wide Plank Heart Pine Barn Wood Flooring

    I milled this floor from our reclaimed "Granary Boards". Most of this wood came from barns in Pennsylvania that were 150-300 years old. I ran the rough boards through the planer and wide belt sander, then ripped it to the correct widths. Then I ran them all through the shaper with a flooring...
  11. Floor Mirror

    This mirror is inspired by my wife yet again while we were walking through REI. Original was in REI, picture 2, and my wife decided that she wanted one. We currently live in a rental house that doesn't have a single full length mirror in it. So, I found a discounted mirror at one of the local...
  12. First project - hard maple workbench

    My first real woodworking project. I started it August 2010 and I finished it February working mostly nights and some Saturdays. It started out as a butcher block that my father-in-law actually butchered on in the 60s until they went to plastic butcher tops in the late 60s. He kept it in his...
  13. Nightstand

    I finally completed my Nightstand for the guest bedroom. Several things that you can say about this piece of furniture, it is heavy and solid as a rock, since it is made from 3/4 inch quarter sawed white oak, even the drawers. I experimented with this unit and I used several different...
  14. Parquet Oak Ply Floor

    This is my kitchen floor project, I have used a red oak plywood with a very thick oak veneer. Originally these were 4'x8' sheets of material that were destined for the scrap pile at the company where I work. I retrieved them and cut to 22" squares. We then individually stained and let dry...
  15. Master Bedroom Remodel

    More pictures below… The first two pics are the before, and the rest are over the duration of the project. These pictures are about 3 years old, I found them on my old computer the other night. This was my first attempt at remodeling something on the house I bought about 4.5 years ago. About...
  16. Floor

    One of the things we do at the sawmill is make flooring. We used to install however at my age, my knees will no longer allow this activity. This is one of the floors we installed in our house. It is a Red Oak herring bone with Holly and Walnut accents. The finish caused the Holly to yellow.
  17. Walnut and Cherry Floor

    We milled and installed this floor for a customer. When they told us what they wanted I thought it would be gaudy but it turned out really nice. This floor was the foyer and hall. It lead into a cherry plank dining room and living room.
  18. show floor

    This is the show floor that we made for our flooring company for the local Home Builders show. The compass is made of Wenge and Birdseye Maple surrounded by Brazilian Cherry. the rings are made of Ipe and Maple with a 3/16 strip of Brass. Field is made of Red Oak and border is Lacewood. The...
  19. Observation Bee Hive

    My nephew is a member of a local beekeepers association and he came and asked me to build a observation bee hive for the group. It is designed where the beekeeper can pull frames from their active hives and put them on display at various events. It was a challenging build in that everything had...
  20. Pumpkin Patch

    A nested set of bandsaw boxes made as a gift for my pumpkin-loving friend. One pumpkin face is carved while the other is wood burned. Made from poplar and protected with several coats of Minwax waterborne polycrylic that was dyed with Mixol colors 14 and 18. Completed November, 2013.
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