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  1. Bocote Slab Floating Hallway Table

    A Asian inspired, floating top, bocote slab hallway table. Found an interesting slab at a wood store and had to have it! Modeled a hallway table after several variations that I liked and ended up wtih this. The legs are 8/4 walnut, tapered from the bottom to the top. the lower rail is a...
  2. Walnut TV Stand

    Ok, here's a more serious project….. This is a Christmas gift project I made for my in-laws this week. It's 30" wide, 15" deep and will be 18" tall once the wheels are on. It's solid walnut except the drawer sides that are made from cherry. Good test of woodworking skills such as mortise &...
  3. Pine Bed Frame

    Hey all, I just finished my son's bed frame. I chose Pine to match the dresser and bedside table I had made earlier. I attached the upper and lower stretchers to the posts with mortise and tenon's to form a frame. I then made a smaller "frame" consisting of vertical rails and two additional...
  4. Sinikka's Table

    This is a two shelf sofa back table and could also be considered a console table. The top is spalted Longhi with Lyptus bread board ends and Jatoba show tenons. The frame work is Cherry and assembled with mortise and loose tenons. The table supports (rafters) are laminated Eastern Maple and...
  5. Craftsman entry/sofa table

    I built this Craftsman style table a few years back, ok it was many and it was one of my first projects. I been meaning to post it but never got around to taking pictures. It is all mortise and tenon joinery except the top is held on with pocket screws as it is one piece and I was hoping if it...
  6. Live Edge Maple Bench Light Spalting

    5' long, 14" wide, and 17" tall, this live edge Maple bench is assembled with mortise and tenon joints. I used the outer slabs from the log to form the vertical legs, and ripped another live edge flitch down the middle to create the cross support. There were only two cracks that went through the...
  7. Patio Planter Boxes

    I built these planter boxes from plans in Woodsmith Magazine's Outdoor Furniture book. I like the way they turned out and apparently, so do my friends and neighbors who kept stopping by my garage to see my progress. I have already been hired buy one neighbor to build a toy box in the same...
  8. Farmhouse Headboard

    I was commissioned to make a farmhouse dining table with breadboard ends from 2×6's a year ago. Now, the same person wanted a headboard to match it. I used the same methods to build the headboard as I used for the table. After doing some sanding I used biscuits and glued up the long boards. I...
  9. Bow Arm Morris Chair

    My chair is finished, finally! It was about 6 months in the making, and many more months of dreaming it up and planning. Hickory and Walnut. Leather upholstery, which I did myself. 1 coat of danish oil, 3 coats of Arm R Seal wipe on poly, and then rub out with paste wax. The walnut was dyed to...
  10. Split top "ROUBO"

    This is my split top Roubo, that I made this winter. Wood species: Maple, Walnut and Samanea. Hardware: Benchcrafted. Finish: BLO, mineral spirits and spar varnish. (equal parts) Construction: Drawbored M&T mostly. You can check out more about this bench and it's construction methods at...
  11. Shaker Hall Table in Cherry

    Here's a small table I made for my mother in law. It's 48" x 16" x 30" high, mortise and tenon joints and finished with satin Waterlox original. It has inside tapered legs - 1 3/4" to 7/8". The top is 7/8" thick. Nothing complicated, Thanks for looking.
  12. Hope/Blanket Chest, Large, Oak

    Completed towards end of '07. My final project for college(PA College of Technology). Solid Red Oak, Aromatic Red Cedar lined, Brass Hardware, Mortise and Tenon/Raised Panel construction… all around, Solid Bracket Feet across the front and on the sides, Two Drawers hand dovetailed, Solid Top...
  13. Black walnut coffee table

    This is a coffee table I built to replace the one my wife had when we got married. It's made out of black walnut that was given to me by a friend. It's entirely mortise and tenon construction with a basic wipe on Poly finish.
  14. Trestle Table Design for Patio

    This table is made of Alder and is my own design. The base is a trestle where I utilized twin stretchers that are assembled using a tapered mortise with a wedge made of Sapele. These are through tenons as you can see in one of the detail photos. My inspiration for this came from a table made...
  15. From Pallet to Coffee Table

    This project was dual purpose, 1-make a coffee table for my grandma-in-law, 2-enter in the glue only contest. I also like to reuse wood, so I found a nice pine pallet up the road (about a 5'x12' pallet). There was a lot of work and some new trial and errors I had to go through. Every piece of...
  16. Cherry Nightstand

    Built these cherry nightstand for our master bedroom. Wanted a "farmhouse" look but with my own details (breadboard ends). The drawers were particularly difficult but work. Planned on installing functioning locks but as I was fitting the drawers to the openings that idea was out. Escutcheons...
  17. Walnut and Granite Desk for my Wife

    This is my first serious woodworking project so I'm really excited to share with everyone here. I built this desk for my wife because she needed a dedicated desk to work from since she often works from home. The base is made from walnut. I used mortise and tenon joints to connect the legs to...
  18. Demilune

    White Oak and Mahogany with Minwax Antique Oil Finish "Demilune" uses compound angled floating tenon joints, tapered bent laminations, veneering, and hand cut joints with hidden room for expansion/contraction. With this piece I decided to focus on taking a very traditional French/Italian...
  19. Hall/Sofa Table

    Here's a hall table I just finished for my wife. It's all cherry with a hand rubbed tung oil finish. I guess it's arts and crafts style with a teeny bit of shaker mixed in. The faux pegs are walnut. I used mortise and tenon joints. Any and all comments and criticisms welcome! Happy new year!
  20. Double Pedestal Partner Desk

    ITEM DESCRIPTION Desktop - Figured Maple Base - Oak / Cherry This desk is designed to accommodate 2 adult users. It features an open base design, comparable to a modern computer work station, with the joinery and look of a more traditional piece. JOINERY 52 traditional mortise and tenon joints...
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