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  1. Green and Green nightstands

    inspired by the G&G cloud-lift design, I made these from a plan in a woodworking magazine a few years ago. Unfortunately, the dimensions were incorrect so it took much longer than i had planned because I cut all my wood according to the plan. It's made out of hickory, Jatoba and cherry.
  2. Nightstands

    After the blanket chest I first posted, this is the second item I made. A co-worker saw the chest and asked if I could make a small side table of a specific height and width. I do like the mission style so I came up with this design, mostly because I only own a few woodworking tools and this...
  3. Ebonized Ash/Sapele Nightstand

    Pretty straightforward….This was a prototype made from some wormy Ash that my wife decided would become a kid's desk, so the lower shelf got deleted. The finals would be made with walnut and walnut crotch veneer panels but I am not crazy about this design after seeing it come to life. It seems...
  4. Nightstand with glass top

    A friend of mine really wanted this nightstand with the pictures on top. They were special to her husband, whose father passed away last year. I thought about epoxy, but finally settled on glass for the medium through which to view the pics. Hope you guys enjoy. Check out the build video below...
  5. Marble Top night stands

    This is a pair of nightstands I made and finished almost a year ago not. They are made mostly of poplar. I made one and then made the second, so the finishes don't match perfectly, but they look pretty good from either side of the bed…
  6. Scraps nightstand

    My 14 year old raided the scrap pile this afternoon and produced this nightstand. He found this idea while searching the internet from a PaulY. This is made mostly of white oak & red oak with a little maple and ash. A little talent, some scraps, a 16 oz bottle of glue, some screws (some help...
  7. Quartersawn white oak nightstand ala mission style

    This is the latest piece for my own bedroom set that is my interpretation of the classic mission style. It's a 26" tall, 17" wide, and 14" deep nightstand that is built out of quartersawn white oak. The secondary wood is maple for the drawers, and ebony for the square plugs, and handle. This is...
  8. nightstands

    My nightstands were based on the contemporary dresser design in the chest of drawers book by Taunton Press - Bill Hylton. I will never again make something using loose tenon construction - it took too long to preciesly drill the mortises and make the loose floating tenons. I felt it was a very...
  9. Maple Nightstands

    These are a pair of maple nightstands I built this summer. Loosely based on a Stickley nightstand. A couple of accent pieces missing, but otherwise pretty close. Maple for the frames, plywood for the panels, jatoba for the drawer fronts, and oak for the secondary wood of the drawers and...
  10. 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...
  11. Mahogany & Walnut Night Stands

    These are a pair of night stands I made for our master bedroom. They are designed to match the bed I made and finished a few years back. And now we finally have a place (other than the floor) to keep our junk. They are made using mahogany and walnut that I purchased at the local hardwood...
  12. Cherry Nightstands

    Built 2002 - 2006 This pair of nightstands was taken from Woodsmith Magazine #76, however I modified it for hight since the original was only 22" tall! I started the project while living at a house that had a double-car garage for my workshop (ah, nice to be spread out), but then I moved...
  13. cherry cabinet

    small cabinet in cherry with spalted ambrosia maple door panels. Panels are resawn to create mirror image doors. Natural edge top had large bark inclusion in which I decided to inlay copper and malachite. pulls are made from sycamore. Thanks for looking. You can read a bit more about the...
  14. Aurora Nightstand

    My wife needed more room for her "this and that clutter" kept on the nightstand on her side of the bed. That gave me the excuse needed to make her an Aurora Nightstand. This is my take on Darrel Peart's Aurora Nightstand. Darrel is a modern day guru of Greene & Greene design principles in...
  15. Nightstand

    This is a nightstand for my wife. She's been waiting a while for this one! Lost story short we moved and soon had a water leak in the basement. That's now over and I have my first project complete for a while to post here. The nightstand is made of my favorite wood, maple. The first photo...
  16. Nightstand

    Finishing up a commissioned bedroom suite for a friend. She wanted something painted, straight-lined, and inexpensive. This is made of poplar and pine, painted with Rust-o-leum gloss white oil paint and a foam roller. Only unexpected difficulty was that the drawer face becomes part of the...
  17. Shaker Style Bookcase / Night Stand

    I made the larger bookcase for myself & the two shorter night stands for my younger daughters. They're made of pine 1X12s. The top was fashioned after a Shaker bookcase I saw years ago. I liked it because the top has the sides extended up to make a sort of bookend so you can place books on...
  18. nightstands

    this my new nightstands.
  19. Nightstand for my kids

    I'm a beginner woodworker. I thought nightstands would be easy enough first projects. It was also the first time I was using hardwoods and finishing products. Was too scared to add drawers (my first attempt w/ drawers on my router table was epic!). The bulky one is for my boy and the more...
  20. Nightstands / End Tables

    Body made of pine with butternut tops and doors.
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