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  1. Barley Twist Nightstand (Spalted Oak)

    I had a couple of boards of heavily spalted oak lying around, so I made this barley twist nightstand over the past week. It took nine days-four full weekend days and a couple of hours each weekday evening…I figure somewhere in the 40 hour range, including finishing. The spalted oak is...
  2. Night stand

    This is a night stand built from poplar to match our bedroom set which only came with one night stand. I have painted it black to match.
  3. Bedside stand number two

    Here's a nightstand I made a few months ago for my oldest daughter. She picked a design she liked off of a google images search and picked the color and I went from there. The carcass is made of some birch ply I had left over from some shop cabinets I made. The top was made from some curly-ish...
  4. Nice wall unit

    This is a nice little murphy bed wall unit. This thing was a real test in intestinal fortitude. With walls way out of whack and an upset owner this just started out bad on the first day of installation. But Got-R-Done and now everyone is happy. This beast has 12 doors on it and the side...
  5. Floating Night Stand

    It's been awhile since I actually had a client that was willing to pay for something custom but… Here's a one of four floating night stands I built from 1/4 sawn white oak. The design was pretty much all my clients with the exception of a couple arch and side piece additions but other than...
  6. Night stand

    Honestly this is just a funky looking night stand that I build with scrap wood for a neighbor. She is in her early 20's and I knew she wanted something different that had a bit of a retro vibe. It has one suspended drawer with dovetail construction.
  7. Night Stand

    Decided to make a Night Stand for myself with some left over Red Oak and Birch Plywood. I included a hidden drawer underneath the top which is opened by a cantilevered lever in the back. Works great and was a fun build. Work really sped up, so I had to cut corners and decide to live with...
  8. Maple Nighstand

    I made this nightstand as a birthday present for my mom. She wanted something dark that would match a computer desk and a small occasional table she had in the spare bedroom. It is mostly hard maple, only the bottom shelf and back apron are soft maple. It is stained with Minwax red mahogany...
  9. Pine End Tables.

    Made a pair of these as a commission for a local client that I did a tv stand for last year. This was designed to match the stand and unfortunately the stain came out lighter than on the tv stand. Even though I used the same stain and wood I still got different results. I tried to apply...
  10. Dresser & Night Stand

    I have been wanting a new dresser and night stands in for our bedroom for a while now, all of our bedroom furniture is dark and the old dresser was natural maple so it kind of stuck out a bit. I managed to make all of this out of material I had around the shop from previous jobs. It is made of...
  11. A Chest of Drawers and Nightstand for Michael

    Phew - I finally completed this project! It took me over a year (I started it, took 8 mo off from the shop, then returned to complete it). It's walnut with cherry bowties and pegs. Maple back, drawer sides, and carcass parts. This thing is a beast! Very stout and heavy! I learned a lot with...
  12. Cypress Night Stand

    My Paw Paw had 4 to 500 bd ft (just found out this was only one load that I saw.) old clear, pecky, wormy, you name it cypress milled years ago just laying around . So when he had to move, it had to go somewhere. That's right. Right here. He said boy make me a couple tables so I made him a...
  13. First Real Piece of Furniture Ever

    Here is a nightstand that I made for my Father's birthday. This is the first real attempt at building a piece of furniture, and it was done in my garage with very limited tools. I just turned 23 and have found a passion in woodworking. The dovetails are hand cut with a hand saw/hammer and...
  14. Night Stands with Kreg PHJ

    My first attempt at furniture. Nothing fancy, but turned out pretty good. Love the Kreg PHJ !!! All is solid red oak, except 1/4 oak plywood back and poplar drawer boxes. Designed to be used with or without the drawers. Made exclusively with the Kreg Pocket Hole Jig, even the drawer box. Only...
  15. Night Stand from the top of the world

    Hi all, This is a project I completed recently for a good friend. The initial requirement was a box so I had to work on design to avoid building a boring box. To spice things up a bit I decided to employ only hand tools (except for re-sawing) and to incorporate marquetry. As usual now, all...
  16. Hidden Drawer Night Stand (Video)

    Hello, I just finished up a couple of night stands for our bedroom that includes a hidden drawer for a pistol. I've seen these floating around on the internet and thought they would be fun to build. Getting the hidden drawer to work was a challenge but fun. Thanks for looking. (See video below)...
  17. Bedside Table Stands

    This is a pair of bedside tables I just finished. There was very little room available next to the bed so I had to make them narrow. They are 29" tall and the top is 10"x10".
  18. First three projects of mine

    My venture into woodworking came to be after my wife bugged me for about five years for some night stands. I was tired of the particle board furniture that lasts a couple years then looks like crap. So, about a year ago I found some tools on craigslist and some rough cut lumber and got started...
  19. Man - this took forever

    Bedside tables was the goal and would be my first real furniture project. I like dark and light color wood combinations and I saw a few maple and walnut combination pieces here on LJ and thought I had to give those a try. The problem is these woods are quite expensive this side of Africa, but...
  20. Greene&Greene night stand

    This is my first Greene&Greene piece, first frame and panel construction, first precise drawer - I have learned so much. It was inspired by Darrell Peart's Fremont Nightstand. Materials - dark red mahogany, ebony for plugs and handle, cambia poplar used for a drawer body. Finish - Red Mahogany...
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