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  1. Office dividers

    These are pictures of a job I just completed. The customer had moved their office into a strip mall. The room was a huge empty rectangular space with no clearly defined spaces. So I was tasked with creating an expensive way to divide the space. So I came up with Asian shoji screen inspired...
  2. Wine Cabinet For My Girlfriend

    This is my first posting. I live in Tulsa, OK and I have been watching everyone on here make amazing things. I'm not a carpenter which is obvious, but I have a lot of people in my life who work with wood or do contract work. Several months ago I decided to borrow some old tools from a friend and...
  3. Shoji Screen

    Finished my first shoji screen. As it was a protype to learn joinery and get used to the process, the screen is smaller. Decided to make it a free standing screen. Will probably make some full size screen dividers or lamps next. Thanks to Jay VanArsdale at DaikuDojo for teaching us. JP
  4. Screen Doors

    These are a few custom screen doors I have built for customers. These two are made from Cumaru and Spanish cedar copper screen Spanish cedar has walnut stain. I matched the detail work around the screen door with the customers existing front door detail work.
  5. screen door

    This is the first project I have made larger than smallish boxes . . . . my first in a lot of areas . . but all in all I don't think it turned out as bad as I imagined it could.
  6. Dehumidifier Cover

    When I moved to the Carolina's I realized that I would need to have a dehumidifier in the house. I keep it in the central living area and got tired of seeing it stick out like a sore thumb. I decided to make a cover for it. It has bead board to match the kitchen cabinets and sorry, It is...
  7. Converting 1957 park shelter to a screened-in Pavilion

    This Summer, I volunteered to design and upgrade our oldest city park. One of the sub-projects of this park renovation was to convert a shelter built back in 1957 into a screened-in pavilion. I decided to make it a 2×6" wall framed construction. The existing support posts were 6×6's, and I had...
  8. Making 28 wood screens for Park Pavilion

    This summer, I am renovating our oldest park. One of the renovation projects is to close in an existing 1957 shelter, then make 28 wood screens, each about 48×48 inches, to make it a screened shelter. Our newer park has a similar screened in building, but after 13 years, the screens are coming...
  9. Folding Privacy Screen

    I built this folding privacy screen for my daughter and son-in-law. Each panel is approximately 24 inches wide by 66 inches in height. I built four panels. However, as I was nearing completion, I began to get a bit concerned about the overall weight - particularly if it was inadvertently...
  10. Decorative Screen

    A decorative screen I built a while back. It's a fairly simple frame and panel setup with two 1/4" plywood panels in each of the three sections. The legs are extensions of the sides. My wife, Laura, decorated the panels with fabric and some black cord edging. The final result is really nice...
  11. Cottage Style Screen Door

    My wife wanted a new screen door that was whimsical and would fit our 40's style cottage home. Here is was I came up with. We are going to paint it bright red.
  12. Art Deco Fire Screen

    Just made this fire screen for a friend who has an art deco style living room, same place the table and cabinet I just made went to. Its veneered in Bubinga and Birdseye Maple with some Wenge inlay. The feet are made of solid Bubinga. Its finished in lemon shellac to match the table colour I...
  13. Windscreen, vertical shutters on a terras

    Made this wind screen for some customers who wanted to block the view from the street but wanted it to open when the sun isn't shining. Now it's possible to open the screen in any angle (depending on wind and time of day)
  14. Kumiko Mini Shoji Screen

    Been getting into kumiko lately, it's a lot of work on little pieces but addictive. This is a mini version of a shoji screen or door that I've designed to show a bonsai plant. Frame is Cherry with Pine grids and the infill pieces are cherry and purpleheart with BLO finish. Lots of handtool...
  15. Door

    Sorry for the upside down pics. Made a screen door for some friends of mine. Turned out okay in the end I think but really kicked my butt. Doors are hard.
  16. Decorative Screen

    Another woodworking project. This one took less than a day to build. It is a three panel decorative screen. I built it from pine boards with 1/4″ plywood for the two panels within each of the three screens. The screen "frames" were glued and held in place with pocket screws from the back (since...
  17. Shoji

    I designed this shoji around the centerpiece, which includes bamboo, plum, and pine trees in formed steel. I don't know its original purpose, but coming from Japan I imagine it had an architectural role like a ranma. I started by welding on a branch where I could see one had broken off. As with...
  18. Arch-Top Dutch Door

    A few "firsts" on this one. My first commissioned piece, my first time building a door, my first time working with white oak, and my first time having to deal with wood expansion. I've already had the doors taken down and returned to trim the edges. As I live in sunny, hot and humid Florida...
  19. Screen door

    I don't know if it's is an experiment or if this is a long term installation. This is one of rose projects where it just flowed and everything worked well. I cut it all and put it together for a test fit and don't you now it fit well. If I do another one I'll build screen frames instead I'd...
  20. Redwood Screen Door

    I salvaged some redwood from a deck railing and put one of the boards to good use as a back porch screen door. First I squared the board and planed it down to fresh wood, then I re-sawed it into planks for the rails and stiles and cut the mortises and tenons. I was able to get all 6 pieces...
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