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  1. Modern banquette

    I make this banquette for my wife three years ago. At first I was against the idea of sliding in and out when you want to get up from the table but in the end I was pretty happy with the finished product. It's made of Alder with a simple gel stain and satin finish.
  2. library bench

    Most of the time when I am working on a commission I have the client dictating certain aspects of the build. For this project I received a grant and had complete autonomy with the design. It is made from Black Walnut and has typical Maloof style joinery with ebony plugs over the mechanical...
  3. Outdoor bench seat

    After nearly 12 months since building my outdoor table I finally got around to making the first of 4 matching bench seats. All mortise and tenon joints, drawbored with rived dowels, blackbutt timber, teak oil finish. Simple design but meets SHMBO's desogm brief. Cat seems to approve. 3 more...
  4. First Chair -Maloofish

    I've always wanted to build a maloof style rocking chair. I've never built a chair before though, so i decided to build this practice chair from scrap wood (i think it is mahogany). Instead of using screws in the Maloof joint, i used 1/4" dowels. I scooped the seat using Charles Neil's method on...
  5. Beech garden chaise longue SOLD!

    Had the garden tree felled 4 years ago and decided to carve a permanent reminder of what was there. Measures approx 7 feet x 3 feet x 4 feet. In it's 4th year and just sanded and oiled after a tough winter. Mushroom removal tomorrow! Currently up for sale to anyone who can collect it, but keep...
  6. Storage Seating in 3-Season Room

    It's actually a 4 season room since I installed insulation, thermal windows, heating.. the works. But the customer I did this for doesn't heat it. Anyway, that aside part of the remodel included this storage seating against one wall. I just found the pics so decided to share them. I used piano...
  7. Antique church pew--restoration & repurpose

    After the remodel of the kitchen last year, SWMBO decided that a new dining set was in order. In the course of many discussions, she came up with the idea of using an old church pew as wall seating. I found a corner pew on Craigslist that looked like it would work for a reasonable price, so...
  8. NO. 5 stool

    For upcoming show season I wanted to have a newer more modestly priced stool available. These stools are the result of my effort. I am not a huge fan of production work but thus far I have knocked out 10 in various wood combinations some with live edge seats some without.
  9. walnut chair and stool

    Just finished another set of chairs and stools heading to Houston, Texas. They will end up in an IPIC theater.
  10. Rocker 03

    Rocker 03 pays homage to the traditional form of the ladder back rocking chair, while employing a more contemporary aesthetic. Classic southern charm with a hint of urban chic. Equally at home on your front porch or in your loft apartment. Crafted by hand in Tennessee from locally sourced lumber...
  11. FarmBench

    The Farmbench. Reclaimed barn wood with a water-bourne lacquer finish and oversized leveling feet. Makes for a good place to rest your lazy bones. One and Two Seater options available…might even add a lamp to future versions. We'll scratch that itch when the time is right. Crafted by hand in...
  12. Custom built-in cabinet/bench storage

    This is a simple cabinet/bench storage project I did for a customer. I used Blum soft close hinges and a piano hing for the bench. The entire 5 piece system is made of MDF. I trimmed it our with standard quarter round. The idea was to match the look of the existing home while making good storage...
  13. walnut 3 board bench

    narrow walnut bench for a customer who needed this before Christmas. walnut natural edge top with walnut legs. Legs are attached to the top with mortise and loose tenon joinery. simple quick project shipped it out yesterday. 10×44 x 18
  14. Sandpit with Seats

    So I saw this really cool sandpit online that I really wanted to make for my 3 year old son, what I really like is that there are 2 bench style seats that when he is done playing with it fold away to become an entire cover for the pit that keep big creatures away from the sand , last thing I...
  15. Entry Bench

    This entry bench features simple rose carvings, and a lift top to store your slippers or mittens. The bench is made of pine and carved with roses. These plans are designed for beginners, with step by step instructions on how to carve a rose, using a hand held rotatory tool. Simple glue, screw...
  16. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Thanks for all who helped out with my jointer calibration thread (http://lumberjocks.com/topics/132242). I spent the weekend getting the tables into parallel which was no easy task. Now I have a "fun" new issue. When putting my fence back on the jointer (Grizzly G0490) I noticed the steel plate...
  17. Blogs
    Test Drive The first installment of this blog is here due to LJ blogging technical issues… To make sure the dimensions are correct for our new table, we decided to do a little test drive. It didn't hurt that we're having eight people over for a Fourth of July BBQ. We ran over to the big box...
  18. Blogs
    Rules, concept and initial milling This is the latest joyful challenge put forward to the members of Central Oregon Woodworkers The board is 6" x 105" x 15/16 rough. No other wood is allowed. Hardware is ok. The prize: Everybody brings about 2bf of some kind of wood to the meeting, we all...
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