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  1. TV Riser with Speaker Compartment

    This is a custom TV riser made out of solid ash for a 60" TV. The top and bottom pieces are held together by the sides which are locked in with a stopped sliding dovetail. The front speaker grill s made out of a Baltic birch frame and speaker fabric that was hot glued to the frame. The finish...
  2. Flat Screen TV Stand

    This is my first large furniture build with any degree of complexity. As always comments and critiques are welcome. I used a plan purchased from U-Bild. I built this during my first week of furlough this year and finished it during this past week. The top, shelves and sides are 3/4" maple-faced...
  3. TV stand with storage

    This was my largest project to date. It took longer than I thought, but I still consider myself a beginner. I'm not sure if I'll ever get past that. LOL The carcass (including the back) is 3/4" oak plywood, the drawer boxes are 1/2" Baltic birch, the top, face frame, drawer/door rails...
  4. Simple Backyard TV Stand

    A quick project for a friend: a TV stand/table for his backyard patio, made to his specs. Used only a table saw, mitre and impact driver. Also a brad nailer for some minor trim work on the bottom shelf. And a router to soften up the corners of the legs.
  5. TV Stand

    My eldest stepson got a new TV and gifted us with his old one, which was too wide for our existing entertainment center (a second hand cheap particle board big box special). So I built a new one. Nothing fancy. It's 1/2 inch birch plywood and resawn common pine from Home Depot, held together...
  6. TV Credenza

    Made this two years ago, using jatoba and dyed maple. Mortise and tenon joinery including the door mullion. I did a lot of first time tasks in this project, such as the compound curves on the legs, large panel gluing and cutting and also the difficult assembly and glue-up of each door. I used...
  7. Poplar Simple Tv Stand - Classic Gray Stain

    This Tv stand has become one of my favorite pieces i've put together. A lot of planning went into this project. For over a year we had our tv on an Ikea coffee table. It was about time to replace it with a nice piece. I designed the stand myself using Illustrator. The entire project cost about...
  8. Extra wide entertainment console

    I needed a new entertainment console to fit my 92" big screen. The stands at bestbuy and online were either too expensive, cheap build quality, or could not fit all my accessories :-). Decided to build one on my own. 82"W x 17.5" H x 22" D Designed it on Google sketch first to get the wife's...
  9. New entertainment center

    My brother decided to purchase a new 65 inch tv which made his current stand too small. He asked if I'd make them something like they'd seen a picture of and shot me a copy. He decided on Radiata Pine for the wood using an Ebony stain. I'd never used ebony before so I wasn't sure what to expect...
  10. Mahogany TV stand

    I finally finished my African Mahogany TV stand. I designed it myself. I'm waiting for the knobs, they are on order. If you interested in the design and making of this project I created a blog or you can visit my website which will have the construction in more detail. Angela
  11. Custom maple tv table

    I made a odd shaped tv table to replace a long tolerated rectangular table. The top is maple and he base is poplar.
  12. TV Stand/Dresser with DVD Storage on the side.

    I built this dresser/tv stand for a coworker. It turned out better than I thought it would. It was the first project I built for someone else. They want to pay me for the work but I have no idea what a fair market value would be. I was wondering what everyone thinks I should charge for this...
  13. TV Stand

    This project is the one that has involved the most technique (ie. possiblities for screw-ups) for me thus far. This is a simple TV stand that will go into my kids playroom. Made from maple plywood, edge banded with solid maple, bottom trim is poplar, the drawer front is a shaker style...
  14. Craftsman Credenza/TV Cabinet

    TV Stand/Credenza built out of local White Oak. Built for a friend and his wife, ~ 80 hours including designing. Lotsa parts! Ammonia fumed for 24 hours, 2 coats sealer, 4 coats poly. I posted on the Sketchup site if anyone wants the plans. Proportions were designed by the client, I was...
  15. Contemporary TV Stand

    This was my first attempt to design and build a major piece of furniture for myself. I had to build this in my parents garage with very minimal shop tools that i think only include a circular saw, some clamps and a hand sander. I wanted something with with clean lines, easy to construct, and a...
  16. Television stand

    T.V. Stand center made from pine wood and pine ply wood veneer. Stained Black on outside and Pecan on the inside with a poly finish. Top is solid Cherry wood with a red Sedona stain. Waxed to a mirror finish. Just have to put backing on, and add doors.
  17. Log TV Stand

    This Log TV Stand is made from Mountain Cedar and Beetle kill pine with several coats of poly. I made this table for my wifes sister for Christmas. The tenons go thru the top and the red heart of the cedar really is a contrast to the white and blues of the beetle kill pine top and shelf. The...
  18. Walnut TV Stand

    Here's my walnut TV stand, just finished last week. I designed & built this for myself; I know that's against the rules! I was going for something with an appealing design, but also wanted it to be functional and allow lots of air flow for electronics, which is why I left the back completely...
  19. Smithsonian TV Stand | Custom

    This is the last of the three projects for this customer. It is a simple TV stand with doors. I matched the raised panel doors and base "molding"http://www.wwbeds.com/moldings to the rest of the pieces. For more building pictures see my Current Projects link at wwbeds.com or poggyskids.com.
  20. Entertainment Center

    So after months and months of deliberating back and forth about whether to buy a new TV, my wife & I finally decided to pull the trigger and purchase a 55" flat screen TV with a stand. With that being said, new purchases for a woodworker usually means a legitimate reason to build something to...
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