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  1. Master Bath Cabinets

    This is my first real project. It all began a few years ago when my wife and I wanted to redo our master bathroom, and we didn't want to pay what we considered to be very high prices for custom cabinets. So, after a few years of acquiring (most of) the right tools, watching videos, reading a...
  2. Roycroft Style Little Journeys Tabletop Book stand

    This book stand is based on the Roycroft Little Journeys tabletop book stand. The antique original measured 26"w x 7"h x 7" d (photo 5). The knock down book stand was shipped with a 16 volume set of Little Journeys stories. It had tusk tenons. My version is scaled down and measures 14" w x...
  3. Oak frame

    Here's another recent small frame, made from quarter sawn oak that I had just a small piece of. The cityscape is from a local artist; a view from the Milwaukee River.
  4. Mission-style coffee table

    This is the first Mission project I tried as a 'newlywed', I think it worked out okay. I wish that I could have found better matching boards for the top, but I am still learning about selection at the lumberyard. The 52 mortices for the spindles were "cheated" by dadoing the stretchers, then...
  5. Quartersawn oak Den!!

    This is a project I just installed this week. It is built out of Quartersawn white oak. Little dark for my taste but beautiful non the less!!
  6. Two-step Display Shelf in Urban Quartersawn White Oak with Ammonia Treatment

    This is a simple two-step display shelf I made in a hurry for a client using urban quartersawn white oak. The display shelf will be used to display hand-crafted artwork at art shows. There is nothing interesting about the joinery: very simple lap joints and screws hold the project together...
  7. Greene & Greene Inspired Bookcase

    I've long admired the Greene brothers work and when I bought this wood I thought it would work well. I wanted something with more flow so I added the curves to the leg profiles. This was my first attempt at panel glue-up so I wanted to learn that as well as the breadboard ends. I had some...
  8. Stickley style side table

    When I convinced my wife that my oversized bent-arm Morris chair had to be in the living room, I caused a problem. It fit but left no room for a table upon which to set my beverages! Necessity is the mother of invention. To match the chair, I used a combination of quartersawn and strait grained...
  9. Arts and Crafts Art Frame

    This is my 1st venture back into woodworking after being away for about 25 years. The design is from a Stickley mirror that's something like 36×18. Mine is about 16×29, so I adjusted the proportions a bit untill I thought they looked about right. I did 2 of these. The second is identical...
  10. Coffee Shop Dining Tables - A Refinishing Project

    The first 3 photos show the refinishing completed. The last 3 photos show the tables in their faded and worn condition. This is a refinishing project for a local coffee shop. The tables are a little over 5 years old and they sit in a coffee shop with floor to ceiling windows around the dining...
  11. Stool with the thumbtack

    2 sm, boxwood
  12. "Stickley" style coffee table

    Made a coffee table to match a Stickley end table that my wife purchased. I found a great new source of quartersawn oak to make the project. Then, the hardest thing on this project was learning how to match the color of the original piece of furniture. I found a great source online and did my...
  13. 5 Gun Hall Tree

    The man that ordered this said he didn't want to have to open a door if someone broke into the house. He liked the idea of a hall tree so this is what we came up with.
  14. Moxon Style Vise - Oak, Maple and Black Mulberry

    I've found work holding to indeed be one of the most important parts of woodworking, next to sharp tools and knowing the grain. This moxon-style vise is constructed of quartersawn red oak with handles of Maple and Black Mulberry. The hardware was salvaged from discarded crates from a...
  15. Arts and Crafts Wine Tabouret (Table) in QS Red Oak

    This is an Arts and Crafts style wine tabouret in quartersawn red oak that I have wanted to build since 2005. When I searched for period wine racks in the A&C style all I could find were cellarettes (closed cabinets). I was looking for an open tabouret style. This tabouret is based, in part...
  16. Accent Lamp

    More firewood saved from the fire. Used Brazilian Cherry and Quartersawn oak and an old lap shade to create this little accent lamp.
  17. Cutting Boards (again)

    More boards, just about out of scrap. Wood - Quartersawn Oak, Black Walnut, Domestic Cherry, Brazilian Cherry, Padauk, Eastern Hard Maple.
  18. Mission-style cabinet end tables

    While I have done my share of rough carpentry quite sometime ago. I recently got the itch to get into woodworking, found this site, and while this project is pretty amateurish compared to some of the incredible things I have seen here, my wife was very pleased with these. She wanted "mission...
  19. Two Rail Bench

    Here is my two rail bench, so-named because it has only two long rails instead of the typical 3 or 4 rail configuration. One side of the bench looks light and airy, with minimal visible support. Flip the bench to face the other way and it shows its craftsman nature with cleats passing through...
  20. Quartersawn Oak and Walnut Deacon Bench Chest

    Quartersawn Oak and Walnut Deacon Bench Chest. Cedar lined Deacon Bench with a mix of reclaimed woods and new stock. seat is a comfortable 22" from grade, chest measures 20" deep x 36" wide. Made it for the linens and things but somebody else won out, as it is now a toy box…...tr
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