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  1. Oak window trim

    This is some red oak trim that I made for my house for the windows. I was not happy with the selection from the big box stores so I took a trip to the library to look through some books and found a design using 2 pieces of wood glued together. I looked through my router bit selection and came...
  2. Making 135 Degree molding for Wainscoting project

    My son requested that I dress up the future grand-daughter's bedroom with crown molding and Wainscoting. The closet wall is two 45 degree angles. I needed two pieces of 135 degree molding, to cover the two edges butted together at 45 degrees. I went to Lowes and confirmed they don't stock 135...
  3. Built In Dresser with Flanking Closets

    This was a fun project. Origionaly it was and open alcove with a TV and a few shelves. Plywood and white enamel, realy classy. This is an old barn turned house so we were going through and removing all the anachronistic trim, flooring, etc. This is the master suite and i was tasked with...
  4. Custom Library Build

    Finished a room renovation to convert my living room into a library. I added in a coffered ceiling and a gas fireplace too. There is a link below to a video if your interested in the finished project or want to see the details of how i built the room. If you have any comments or suggestions...
  5. Oak Half Door with Top Ledge

    This is a door I made for another of my neighbors. They said they had an idea about having a half door made to separate their laundry room and kitchen. They also have dogs and needed to keep them out so they didn't have to use their chairs to block the doorway. A top ledge was also needed to...
  6. Manchester Murphy Wall Bed | Custom

    This a Murphy Wall bed completed on 9/17/2007. It is called the Manchester, named from the original customer that bought this style. It is a basic (Alpine) Murphy bed dressed up a little with molding to the face and some crown and base moldings. The face molding was made from solid stock...
  7. Bay window trim and accent shelf

    My sister and BIL had some serious hail damage 2 years ago during a storm. When they settled up with the insurance company for new siding and shingles they also decided to put in the larger bay window. She asked me to do the trim work and add the shelf above the window for her knick-knoacks.
  8. Dog Ramp

    I built this for a friend whose dog had really bad hips. He wanted the dog to be able to get on the bed (a high bed) and not have to jump. There is also storage under the ramp for whatever. It was a little large but it was what they wanted and it was useful. It is made from red oak and oak...
  9. Misc Trim work

    I will always consider myself a trim carpenter at heart. It is where I fell in love with woodworking and learned the basic skills I still use on a daily basis. I never miter an inside corner always cope, and everything I do has to fit perfect or it doesnt get nailed up
  10. Walnut Jewelry Box

    This is a jewelry box I just finished for my mother. (I didn't get it done in time for Christmas) It is a walnut box with maple inlays. The flower inlay was done using scroll saw marquetry and the petals were shaded using hot sand to give it some depth. The square black border around the...
  11. Master Bedroom Remodel

    Quite some months ago, I began remodelling our master bedroom. The original trim was rough sawn red western cedar-quite a rustic look. We decided we wanted something a little more formal so Judy picked out her colors and I began milling black walnut to make custom window and door trim, base...
  12. Delmar Caboose Restoration #3

    I've posted two projects on making parts for the Delmar Caboose. The Mason Dixon Woodworking club was asked to assist in the restoration. I volunteered to make the parts needed. I've posted the making of the windows Then I needed to make a door. I am now making the siding for the caboose...
  13. Craftsman Window Casing Prototype

    In the June/July issue of Fine Homebuilding, the cover-story article was titled "Craftsman Casing - Simple elegance with site made trim". I loved the look of it, and my wife did too, so when we bought our house last year and I did some large-scale renovations, I took off all the existing...
  14. Drill Press Station

    Drill press station from pics on the internet. I have a small shop (260 square feet) so I have to utilize all the space the best I can manage. I've been building tool cabinets with lots of storage. This is a design I kept seeing so I cobbled something together and put my DP on an inexpensive...
  15. Window Trim

    I redid the horrible window trim in my bedroom and bathroom while insulating (w/ spray expanding foam) some large gaps around the windows (the gaps can be seen in the last picture). I used pine moulding and cheap pine ply from the local Home Depot, so nothing fancy material-wise. The large...
  16. Custom Cedar Doors

    Hey Guys, I finished these custom cedar doors for my new shed a few weeks ago and wanted to share. I tried something new and used clear penetrating epoxy sealer (CPES) for the doors and as you can tell they came out great. I highly recommend them for outdoor projects. Only time will tell if it...
  17. Powder room redo

    Our circa mid 60's powder room had never had a redo, still sporting 1" pink floor tiles, a flimsy build-in vanity. The wife went to visit her mother for a week and I set out to surprise her! Ripped it all out, new underlayment and tile, wainscoting, built a new "table" on which to set the new...
  18. My Home

    This is my living room. We built the house in 1980. I was the contractor, did the cabinets and trim, painting, ceramic tile, and plastic laminate. Wow, makes me tired all over thinking about it. The mantle is rough cedar (the beam is mitered 1 x material to look like a solid beam) The brackets...
  19. Anvil stand

    In this project, I show you how I make the anvil stand VIDEO Visit my channel: Making Huertas Stuff
  20. Arts & Crafts Coffered Ceiling & Trim

    Coffered Great Room Ceiling using 5/4 red oak finish milled on-site in my shop. Hides four sprinkler heads which were carefully positioned during original construction so coffering would be in the right place. Ceiling was finished with 5/8" drywall and then the millwork was added. Some...
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