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  1. Plant Stand -- Curly Maple and Quilted Maple

    I made 5 plant stands for Christmas gits in 2005. The plan is from Barry Black in the April 2005 issue of Popular Woodworking. This was one of the more challenging projects I have done, but very rewarding. Two of the stands have a cherry base and curly maple top and shelf. Two of the stand...
  2. Arts & Crafts Taboret

    Locally Grown Quilted Cherry
  3. plant stand

    scaled down version of an arts and crafts style tabouret
  4. Flower Planter for Mother's day

    I made this for my Mom, it's her Mother's day present. It's made from common lumber and Whitepine from Lowes. I cut all the parts out, then stained them with Rustoluem Kona stain. Then carved out the Welcome and Humming birds on my CNC. All the parts are fasten together with pocket screws...
  5. Tall Plant Stand

    I made this plant stand as a request by my mother, it's 40" tall and is made from knotty pine.
  6. Plant/Display Stand from Scraps

    I have ton of scraps, mostly small pieces, but I refuse to throw anything away. I know I can just build some small shelves, spice racks, etc., but I really wanted to do something more unique. I'm always researching and reviewing ideas and OPP (other people's projects). Simply copying other...
  7. Greene and Greene Style Plant Stand

    This plant stand is based on one found in the living room of the Gamble House in Pasadena, California. It is made from Virola, Ebony and Marble. The Ebony plugs are both decorative and functional. Some of the plugs cover pins used to reinforce the M&T joinery.
  8. Plant Stand

    I just completed work on a germination stand for my better half's birthday. It is based on a stand I saw over at Indoor Gardening Supplies. Their design didn't really suit my needs, so I re-imagined it to have multiple growing bays and an adjustable light. Each of the "growing bays" has a...
  9. Cedar plant stand

    I made a set of stools for my mother-in-law to use as plant stands on her new deck. It was my first real experience working with cedar and I'm not really fond of how it splits and splitters with every cut. I was happy with how they turned out. The slatted top gave me a chance practice cutting...
  10. Plant Stand / Tabouret

    The dimensions for this projects came from "Shop Drawings for Craftsman Furniture". Bottom stretchers are M&T into the legs. There are top stretchers (not visible in photos) that are dovetailed into the tops of the legs. It is constructed from QSWO. The finish was an aniline dye, and then...
  11. Adirondack Style Patio Set

    Finished my table set for the new Arm Chair. After building the 36"x36" top, I realized that the weight was too much for the 3/4" legs….so back to Home Depot for a nice clean 2"x10". Now the table doesn't wobble, and the pedestal can be multiplied for a top as long as you want. The table slats...
  12. Outdoor/Indoor Plant Stand

    One of my daughters sent me a picture of a plant stand early this Spring and said "Can you make this for me"? She had found it on Amazon. As you can see it's pretty straight forward, made of 2×4's, planed and cut to size, 14" wide, about 48" long. Put together with deck screws. The problem is I...
  13. Movable Plant Stand

    I made this plant stand to organize our ever increasing array of plants. Most of which are still outside, but will be brought indoors soon. I added wheels on one side so I could easily rotate the entire thing during the winter months without removing the plants. It is made from poplar with...
  14. Side table Plant Stand thing

    A fold up side table or plant stand thing losely copied from an antique I saw somewhere. All reclaimed lumber. The top is glued up from some oak scraps, I made good use of the gap bed feature on my old Delta Rockwell 16-111 lathe. The legs are mystery wood form a crate or something. The...
  15. Japanese Plant Stand

    In this woodworking project two of my favorites will meet - an elegant Japanese and refined Nordic style. I had a piece of maple which is soft yet strong. Perfect for the mid century Japanese plant stand. I also made a "making of" video you can watch it here...
  16. E-L-M mashup plant stand/end table

    Finally finished this little table/plant stand. The design was inspired by three of my favorite Arts and Craft designers: Harvey Ellis, Charles Limbert and Charles Rennie Mackintosh. If you're interested, there's more information in the progress posts on my blog. The half-lapped stringers are...
  17. Tall Side Stand with Hidden Compartment

    This is my most recent creation. It's a bit of a mutt as far as woods go, I should have paid more attention instead of just using whatever I found (obviously). It's a very tall nightstand or side table. I think the height makes it humorous but it also helps access the hidden compartment. To...
  18. Reborn after 54 years, my Gr. 10 project.

    I needed a stand for the phone when I reorganized the living room, I remembered a stand I made in Gr. 10, that would be the spring of 1964. I had used it for a plant stand for many years, ended up in the basement. One of those treasured thing one never throws away. The assignment at the time...
  19. Red oak stand

    A local church asked me to build an oak stand. They have several of these type stands, but wanted me to build one more. The most interesting part of this project, was the best method of attaching the top horizontal piece to the main square column. The old-fashioned way would be to use 3/8"...
  20. Stickley Plant Stand

    This is a Stickley Plant stand I made from red oak. I saw some other jocks had made this and I decided to give it a shot. I found plans for this on the net from a wood working magazine. The top is a slate tile and its finished with a few coats of amber shellac.
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