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  1. walnut server

    I found this old marble top in a junk pile at my dad's. It cleaned up well and I decided to make a small server cabinet to fit the top. Wood is air-dried walnut with a hand-rubbed oil-poly finish over shellac.
  2. antique maple into Celtic sideboard

    i had some 100 plus year old maple i salvaged from a local ohio farmhouse that i thought might make for a sideboard that looked like it had some history to it. lots of powder post beetle borings belie the pieces true age. i keep forgetting that some of this old growth wood gets pretty heavy on...
  3. Dining Room Furniture

    The table is a 36×66 cherry flitch on cedar legs held together with copper brackets. The sideboard is cherry and spalted maple. The two chairs are original Heywood-Wakefield, refinished and new seats. All finished with solvent lacquer. The single chair is a repro Hoffmann Fledermaus.
  4. Kiaat, Yellowwood ... all South African

    Hello Lumberjocks! I've hung around here for a while, so now it's time to get involved. It looks like a great community (and Monte, thank you for the personal welcome despite everything you've been through). This is actually an old project, done about 12 years ago. There was a lumber yard...
  5. Modern Danish look sideboard

    This has been a never ending project that has lasted months over winter with various interruptions along the way. When I started it, I didn't even own a real table saw, just a CS mounted in a table with a home made fence. I also didn't own a jointer and planer either (utilized router table) but...
  6. Custom Credenza with Parquetry

    This credenza is the companion piece to a custom desk that I built. Both of them are decorated with a parquetry pattern in maple and ribbon mahogany. The parquetry was done as Boule work. With this technique all of the parts are cut in stacks of alternating veneers and give you two color...
  7. Stickley Sideboard

    My version of a Stickley sideboard in walnut, with a mahogany stain under oil poly. Clint
  8. carved pine China Cabinet

    part of kitchen cabinets set i built. china cabinet was intended to be a stand alone piece of furniture for display on top and spice storage on bottom. built of pine with carved rising sun motif on both top and bottom. brackets were cut on the bandsaw, carved and sanded into shape. color was...
  9. Mission buffet

    My wife and I were recently married and as you might expect, we got a lot of new dishes, glassware and other kitchen stuff as wedding gifts. Unfortunately, we didn't have enough space for them, so my wife told me to build a buffet/sideboard. We live in an apartment so I don't have a workshop...
  10. China Hutch

    -THE PIECE This piece was originally designed to be two separate pieces. The base was designed as a buffet that could be used as a serving area, while the top was designed to be mounted separately as a wall cabinet. The two were to flow together and complement each other using the open space...
  11. Sideboard with Marquetry

    This is a custom sideboard that I made a little while ago. I just posted up an article on my Furniture Blog that shows some of the steps involved in working on a large marquetry piece like this.
  12. Dining Set

    I created a whole dining set. This is a pub height bar style set. I really frickin loved the end result of this table.I used a new technique for the distressing\.
  13. Sideboard from Pine

    Hi all, This is a project I've been working on for the past month. It is a sideboard my wife asked for to free up some of the sparse cabinet space we have here in Navy Housing. It is made from Pine and finished with Minwax Gunstock stain followed by 3 coats of wipe on poly. From that point...
  14. Cherry Credenza

    I just finished a cherry credenza (sideboard) for my wife's 30th birthday. It was my first project of this size, and there were many lessons learned, but we ended up being very happy with the result. It's all solid cherry, except for the drawers, which are made of some hickory that I had lying...
  15. Pine Tree sideboard

    top is salvaged 200 yr old maple floor boards from farm house (complete with powder post beetle holes). base is pine with a stain made from left over green porch paint, ... seems to highlight the grain nicely. when it comes to this process, less sanding is better for paint absorbtion and grain...
  16. Modern credenza or console

    Hello, This is a credenza/console made to use under a TV. It is 44 inches wide and about 24 inches tall. The style is influenced by my favorite mid century-modern/Danish furniture. The main case is made of bamboo, the sliding doors are bookmatched from a beautiful piece of quartersawn...
  17. Dining room sideboard

    We need a dining room sideboard to span the width of our dining room (10') with tower cabinets on either side of the window, but my shop isn't big enough to work a piece that long and I didn't have time to build the entire base. So, I bought a couple generic 24" x 54" cabinets from Menards and...
  18. ‘Uproot’ Maple Sideboard

    The inspiration for this table came from the western maple top. It was sliced and stored by a local arborist who was generously thinning out his wood collection. It's been a fun project these past three weeks as I've tried many a new technique. For more on the process please visit my blog entry...
  19. First Veneer Project-Sideboard

    I designed this piece, in the Arts and Crafts style, for our new house. This sideboard is my first project using veneer. The large side and back panels, and the door panels are veneer, glued onto mdf, using the titebond-iron on method. The veneer and the lumber used are quarter sawn white...
  20. Walnut and Tiger maple Sideboard

    This was built from plans drawn by Carlyle Lynch. The drawer fronts are tiger maple and the remainder is walnut. Secondary wood is poplar.
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