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  1. Arts and Crafts Nightstands

    Here are my arts and crafts nightstands in quartersawn red oak. They feature one small, over two large drawers with storage in mind. The lower assembly is built with through tenons and double walnut pegs. Drawers are dovetailed, with poplar and aromatic cedar used as secondary woods. Side...
  2. Roycroft Bookshelf Reproductions

    My parents have been looking for a new table for their family room for months, AND I had been looking for a new project to do! So I thought I'd surprise them with one of these Roycroft Bookshelfs. I found plans in sketchup on the internets and began about 2 weeks ago. I really do love...
  3. 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...
  4. Roycroft Little Journeys Book Stand in QSWO

    This is my Roycroft Little Journeys Book Stand in QSWO. It is a pretty faithful reproduction of the antigue original. It measures 26"h x 14"d x 26.5" h. The shelves are 6.4" d. It was built to display a set or original Little Journeys books and other Roycroft publications. The book stand...
  5. Twin Tenon Arts and Crafts Dining Table

    Here is my Twin Tenon Arts and Crafts dining table. The design is my own, and it was inspired by the work of Kevin Rodel. The table is 74" long x 42" wide, and features breadboard ends with walnut accents. The visual focus of the table is the twin keyed tenons. One distinctive detail on the...
  6. Greene and Greene Monitor Stand

    This is a custom piece I just finished for a customer in the Greene & Greene Style. It is to hold his computer monitor higher for viewing. Built in Sapele and Ebony inlay. Thanks for looking, Brian Brace
  7. Arts and Crafts Motto Frames

    These are some frames and motto art I made for my wife's birthday. Some include the popular Dard Hunter rose motif. Dard was a famous Roycroft print designer. The longer text is a beautiful quote from Elbert Hubbard's 1906 book White Hyacinths. The book was written over a hundred years ago...
  8. Arts and Crafts Frames and Font

    Here are my arts and crafts frames with Roycroft style font and designs. Some are decoration for my healthcare practice, and some are Christmas gifts. Stains range from chestnut Rodda thinned 50%, cherry Minwax, to dark walnut Varathane. Cheers!
  9. Roycroft Little Journeys Table

    I saw this in the stickley catalog a couple months ago and decided I had to make it. I love the design - it's surprisingly smaller than I thought. Joinery was difficult/fun. I really enjoy the mortise and tenon joinery. It's time consuming but so rewarding when it fits snug. It's made out of...
  10. Pine is Fine

    By "Pine is Fine" I don't mean it's "Ok if you haven't anything else". I mean it is an elegant beautiful wood that should be prized by woodworkers. I think to often its dubbed as a soft option, no pun intended, by woodworks who only use high end hardwoods. I am here to say that this wood has its...
  11. Roycroft Armchair Reproduction

    Which chair is the real Roycroft made in 1901? The one on the left is the original. I made this reproduction to complete a set of dining chairs after failing to find another original. I disassembled the original in order to match the joinery as well as repair the loose fits. I am not a carver...
  12. Bathroom medicine cabinet

    My neighbor commissioned me to build him a medicine cabinet for his (in progress) remodel. Made from all oak plywood. It's put together with pocket hole joinery and finished with spray poly. And O ya, made the little molding to hide the rough cut edge of the drywall.
  13. Matching Misson-style tabourets

    I had never built two identical pieces before, so when it came time to make a coffee table for our great room, I thought why not make two smaller tables instead? It makes the room much more flexible. I've always been a fan of both Charles Limbert and the Roycrofters, and I knew that both had...
  14. Roycroft Little Journeys Bookshelf Reproduction

    This project is from Shop Drawings for Craftsman Furniture by Robert Lange. I have much more about its construction detailed in my blog . The finish ended up being fumed followed by tinted shellac and dark wax. I like it. This project looks simple, but has a ton of handwork including the 16...
  15. Wood & Lumber
    Followed this auction on eBay and wanted to pass on the fun. I didn't win it. My math figures the oak to be worth over $1,500 a bft. link to auction ... Early ROYCROFT Walking Stick July 4 1903 ORIGINAL FINISH! Rare! Very nice piece of Roycroft that you don't see very often...
  16. Blogs
    Back Log Catch up This is a project I started from quartersawn white oak scraps about three years ago. However, I got involved in other things, so it has been bouncing around in storage getting slightly damaged during the interim. I took it out to inspect it and start the finishing process; aka...
  17. Blogs
    Side panels and Arched Lower Rail Here is a sketch of the nightstand I am working on. It features one 6" over two 8" drawers. - - - - - Side panel components have been sanded, and the solid panels pre-stained. Now a final test fitting before gluing them up. The lumber is QSRO. - - - - -...
  18. Blogs
    Frame components and tabletop I wanted to design an arts and crafts dining table that included arched rails and twin keyed tenons. I like several of the Stickley tables, but wanted something original. I like the feel of Keven Rodel's Talesien desk, which served as inspiration for this table...
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