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  1. Arts & Crafts Mailbox in quarter sawn white oak

    Design copied, generally, from common one on internet. If only the house matched the oak.
  2. Gun Cabinet Dream

    ========================================================== This project has been moved to the "Blogs". Please post all comments there. Thank you all. ========================================================== Woodworking is like nothing I have ever been interested in. There is something...
  3. Another headboard

    My son wanted a headboard for a spare bedroom and this= is the design he chose, but he wanted the finish to match the night stands I did for him. I omitted the inlay because dark inlay would not have been visible and light inlay is virtually impossible to do on a piece that will be stained. I...
  4. Harvey Ellis #700 Bookcase

    This bookcase was from a PW plan. I had the article in a PW Arts & Crafts book, and bought the plan from Bob Lang's website http://craftsmanplans.com/Furniture%20Plans_4.htm Good plan overall; I had a couple of questions that Bob answered very quickly when I emailed him. Did find one...
  5. Modern(ish) Night Stands

    The clients (my son & LOHL) wanted night stands so I asked them to find a design they liked and I would use that as my starting point. This= is what they chose and they wanted it in this color: Elizabeth is really particular about colors and this one matched the bedroom where these will...
  6. 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...
  7. Arts and Crafts Tile Frames

    These are a couple of special order tile frames made for Laura Reutter of Ravenstone Tiles. Made of quarter sawn white oak with true mortise and tennon pegged construction. I ebonized and pillowed the 1/4" pegs. The tiles pictured are the tiles that will be installed in the frames when the...
  8. 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...
  9. A & C Display shelf/Picture Frame

    Quick project of a complementary piece to my Stickley inspired Bedroom Furniture. Picture Frame and Display shelf, I'd been trying to come up with something to display the antique bird prints we had. Came up with this, used my regular/non-QS White Oak I had in stock. The pic's will need some...
  10. Plant Stand Trio

    These were a fun little project that also helped me justify my recent Domino purchase. The interior decorator selected cheap borg tiles for the surfaces because they will not be very visible as you can see from pic 5. I wimped out and didn't grout the tiles. Instead, I have the tiles sitting...
  11. Cabernet Garden Bench

    I temporarily put my workbench project on hold to take a commission project. The client came to me asking to build a bench similar to one that they saw in a newspaper article. The Client loved the idea of furniture made from used wine barrel staves. Modifying the design from the inspiration...
  12. Stickley night stand

    I made this night stand in quarter sawn white oak from a Stickley design. This was my first real woodworking project, and I learned a ton. The quarter sawn white oak came mail order from Woodworker's Source in Arizona, shout out for great service and good wood. When I started, I didn't own a...
  13. rustic coffee table

    I wished to build a custom square coffee table to suit our new sectional couch. The design elements I was looking for were: rustic & sturdy with maximum storage. This is my first project with quarter-sawn white oak, as well as featuring a drawer. A rough prototype table was put together and...
  14. Custom Made Shoe Shine Box

    This is a project that was inspired by another Lumberjocks' member, Woodshopfreak and my own experience as a youngster actually shining shoes for money! It is made of quarter sawn white oak (QSWO), maple and some oak that I salvaged from the bench rehab I completed a month or so ago.
  15. Doorbell Cover

    This is my version of a project made and designed by James E McIntyre. I thank James for his guidance and assistance. This is a great little project that used up a few scraps and it required me to buy a new router bit. :) I attached the sides to the top and bottom with dominoes. I ran a...
  16. Quarter Sawn White Oak TV Stand

    I finally got my new quarter sawn white oak TV stand completed. As I had said before in my posted project for my built-in library, I made this TV stand to match the library. Same wood, same finish and same hardware. It looks as good as the library did in my humble opinion. I won't rattle off...
  17. Another Morris Chair & Ottoman

    A few years ago I made a bow arm sofa for my son and thought that since I had the bending form already made it would be good to use it again. I did a blog at that time that should answer any questions anyone might have. The main differences are that I used Domino joinery and a different finish...
  18. TV Console

    This was inspired by this= piece. However, it is for our bedroom and we have a high mattress and box spring so I had to make it taller so the remote would be able to "see" the cable box and the DVD player. Hence 4 drawers instead of just 2. It measures 48"w x 36.5"h x 18"d. The finish is...
  19. Stickley Style Vanity Mirror Frame

    This mirror frame was inspired by Glenn Huey, one of the editors of the Fine Woodworking magazine. He designed this to be a hall mirror frame and it was about 24" wide and 60" tall. I really liked the design, but wanted it for a new mirror over my bathroom vanity. I re-sized the drawing to be...
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