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  1. Hall Tree

    A friend asked me to build a hall tree from an old door, but then she couldn't find one she liked. So I build this one from scratch, starting with rough cut maple, and some bead board. She wanted it antiqued… I think I like the way it turned out
  2. Wall Hanging Shelf

    I built this Cherry Wall Hanging Shelf in June 2017. The project is overall 2'x4' and about 6" deep. For the joinery I used hand cut through dovetails and sliding dovetails. It was a bit challenging cutting the pins on a 4' board. Except for the back strip where the hooks are, everything...
  3. Hall Tree

    Hall tree made of solid pine. Back is solid pine tongue and groove boards not plywood.
  4. Red Oak Hall Tree

    Here's my go-to wedding present. It's a simple, useful hall tree/coat rack made out of red oak that can easily fit in to any decorating scheme. I love the rays in the end grain.
  5. Hall Tree

    Honey-do complete. She wanted a Hall Tree for our coats, hats and and shoes.
  6. Inlaid Chest and Coat Rack

    I had been wanting to make some sort of hall tree for a while to help organize/hide our collection of shoes and coats we had growing by our door. I ended up going with a separate chest and coat rack design instead of a full hall tree. The inlay idea and technique came from copying follow LJ...
  7. Hall Tree

    This is a Pine hall tree with mirror and chest, i recently finished. I drew up somewhat of a blueprint to go by but it didint come out exactly the way I drew it, changing things as i went. As far as the finish goes, I wanted a grey rustice look with the brown faded bead board. The grey stain I...
  8. Clothes Tree "Hang em high"

    This piece is taken from the fascinating book "Making Swedish Country Furniture and Household Things" published in 1976 (1990) by Hans Keijser. In it there are detailed drawings and photographs for 35 ordinary items that would have been made and used in the 18th and 19th centuries. Some pieces...
  9. locker - cubbies - hall tree - something like dat

    If I waited to post until it was painted, that could be forever… so here is what I got so far. Made 2 boxes, w/ cleats to create the middle locker. Pic 3 - The face frame was higher than the boxes, so I cut some spacers and used scrap plywood as the top, then trimmed w/ poplar so it looks like...
  10. Coat Tree

    In an attempt to keep our house a little less cluttered when we have company, I made this coat tree for the front door area. I finally got around to it after about a year. In the meantime, my wife had purchased a bamboo (Ikea type) coat tree that has been in service. This is the usual woods...
  11. HALL TREE with SHOE STORAGE •

    Aug 02, 2020 I finally got to work on a non-shop-related project in my new expanded shop. Our new sunroom needed a place to store shoes and a place to sit and put them on or take them off. It also needed a place to hang stuff. So I designed and built this hall tree from the scraps that I've...
  12. Bookcase / Hall Tree??

    This is a bookcase/hall tree for a clients home in the Rocky Mountains. It is entirely made of Alder and has a glazed finish. you can read more at http://7kcraftsman.blogspot.com/2007/12/bookcase-hall-tree.html John
  13. Walnut hall tree

    This is a hall tree I built for my wife. It started as walnut logs back in the spring. Had them milled. Then I kiln dried them, planed, drum sanded, and joined the boards. It is all mortise and tennon joints with cast iron hardware.I used Minwax special walnut stain and the Minwax polyurethane 3...
  14. Mission Hall Tree

    The design for this hall tree started as the Stickley Costumer #188 (last pic). I modified it slightly as I didn't care for the rounded tops on the posts and thru tenons. The hooks came from http://www.signaturehardware.com/ who I highly recommend. These hooks have their black powdercoat...
  15. Craftsman Coat Tree in Walnut

    At my work, I had a little plastic hook that hung over the cube wall for hanging up jackets and things. Well unfortunately, it broke. So, rather than going out and spending another $3 on a coat hook, I decided to make this. It is solid walnut, with oak pegs in the base. The base is 2 pieces...
  16. Alder Eiffel Tower Coat tree

    My Mother has a coat tree that won't hold a coat. If you hang a single coat on it it falls over…….every time. I looked around for a better designed coat tree and came across an Eiffel tower coat tree. There are many interpretations of that design and here is mine. It's made of Alder, finished...
  17. Hall Tree

    My 2 year son demolished our cheap coat rack that I had bought over 10 years ago so my wife suggested I make a new one. She was thinking of a board nailed to the wall with some pegs sticking out of it but what is the challenge in that? I did a search in the projects section of Lumberjocks for...
  18. Walnut Hall Tree

    This is made form walnut that was sawn in 1968. A man my Dad knew was cleaning his barn out and found it. He had let a nephew store it there and everyone forgot about it. This thing is heavy and surprisingly comfortable.
  19. 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...
  20. Hall tree for the wifey

    I had a bunch of scrap ply from some other projects that I used for this. I used plans from Ana white that the old lady sent me a link to. I doubted the ength of ply glued edge to edge so I had to supplement it with pocket screws. I learned a couple things about tearout when working with ply...
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