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  1. Simple Bookshelf

    I've been planning this project for weeks. It's finally finished. A simple bookshelf made from pine. It's been stained with a Minwax Ebony stain.
  2. Arts & Crafts Mission Framed Tiles

    Here, again, is another frame that I made to house 2 swan tiles. This was made at the request of the person that makes these tiles, Ravenstone Tiles by Laura Reutter. I purchase tiles from her to frame for a furniture store here in Salt Lake City. These are two of her new tiles that she...
  3. curly maple nightstands

    pair of curly maple nightstands ready for shipping. shellac finish. I must say I am not crazy about this color but it was the choice of the client. walnut accents. photos added : door prior to glueup, pull on drawer, interior framing, and top rail joinery .
  4. Mission Style Coffee Table

    The Morris Chairs were a little bit upset they had to share the room with a 10 year old Ikea glass top coffee table so I built this one to make the room a little more harmonious. It is made from solid quartersawn white oak and built entirely with mortise and tenon joinery. The finish consists...
  5. Solid Hickory Coat Rack

    This is a hickory coat rack I recently made. I tried to keep it in a mission style with a little more modern accent.
  6. Mission Style Bed for me and the Missus.

    Back in 2010 I built this bed using Matt Berger's plans found here: http://www.finewoodworking.com/item/56992/build-a-mission-style-bed This was back before I had my shop setup the way I wanted and had to make do with a lot of substandard tools and work surfaces. Having my Jet Hollow Chisel...
  7. Mission Style Desk

    Quarter sawn oak. Top has a bread-board edge, spindles are mortised into the side top and bottom rails. The drawers are dove-tailed all the way around. Dimensions are as follows: Height - 29.75 in., Width - 22.0 in., Length - 40.5 in.
  8. Mission Style End Tables

    I made these end tables to match the headboard I made a few years ago for my daughter and son-in-law. I used rough sawn red oak with American Oak Gel Stain and satin polyurethane. The drawers look normal in the out position but if they're pulled all the way out, a secret compartment is revealed...
  9. Thin Quartersawn White Oak Side Table

    This is a table I designed and is loosely based on some of my other projects, plus some input from my mother, whom the table was made for. I designed the drawer to be hidden when closed. The ledge underneath the front of the drawer allows ease of pulling it out. It's a pretty shallow drawer, but...
  10. Mission Style Sofa Table

    OK. I figured it was time to get serious. I made this sofa table for my daughter. The plans were downloaded from plansnow.com. It took me just under a month. Still learning about the tools and taking my time. I really messed up the bottom shelf. But was still able to hide the worst of it. For a...
  11. More Arts & Crafts style Framed Tiles, Inspired by fellow Lumberjock

    I present here three more framed tiles. The frame design was inspired by fellow lumberjock Dan Walters. These frames are on a much smaller scale, only displaying one Lighthouse tile in each frame, which was produced by Ravenstone Tiles. One frame constructed of Maple with a walnut inner frame...
  12. Mission Style Entertainment Center

    I just delivered this entertainment center to my wife's aunt and uncle. The have been asking me to build this for their home for sometime now and its finally done. It was made from local oak in the omaha area that had been stored up for some time. It is a mission style inspired entertainment...
  13. Mission Style Bench

    I made this bench as a "practice run" for the matching dining table project I've been gearing up to do. It's made from red oak salvaged from ship's "dunnage," or the rough, non-squared beams they use to separate cargo containers and other materials. The third picture shows an example one of the...
  14. Entertainment Center in QSWO -Phase 2

    A while back I posted the first part of my Entertainment center project (http://lumberjocks.com/projects/59675). The plan was to add a center bridge cabinet and side display cases. I finally had the time to complete the project. The style is Art and Crafts to match the other furniture in the...
  15. Mission Style Clocks

    This roughly seven inch high, Mission style design of these three clocks is from Wood Magazine. Since I wanted to make several, I devised a fairly simple jig to cut the 4 deg tapers on fronts, backs and sides. Three different woods and three different finishes were used. The clock on the left...
  16. Arts and Crafts Style Walnut Table Lamp

    So, I finally finished this lamp that I've spent over a year making! This was by far the most difficult thing I've made to date, not including the five stitches I received in the web of my left hand as a result of paring the corners of the shade with an extremely sharp chisel and no clamping...
  17. Mission Style Coffee Table

    This is a Mission Style Coffee Table that I made for my home. It was made from plans I got from Rockler. There are 32 hand cut mortises.
  18. Corner Hutch/Shelf Unit with Stained Glass

    This is a corner shelving/hutch made in Mission Style. The top panel is stained glass which has LED lights that illuminate from behind. Red oak plywood is used for the body and shelves. Veneered red oak over pine for the corner posts. The rest is of solid red oak. No stain was used. Lacquer...
  19. Prototype Mission Style Lamp

    This is a prototype of what I think of as "Splintergroup's Lamp." To the extent my skills allow, it is a shameless copy of this, without some of the beautiful details my current skills don't allow. And I can't thank splintergroup enough for his series of blog posts on making the shade, which...
  20. Mission style record cabinet

    Our grandson needed a cabinet to store his 12" vinyl LP records and to set up his new record player, so my wife suggested a mission style cabinet built like an end table. I looked at a lot of mission pieces before coming up with this design. The slats, rails and legs are joined with mortises...
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