Furniture Types

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  • Arts and Crafts SideboardArts and Crafts Sideboard

    by Gregory Paolini

    This Arts and Crafts sideboard by Gregory Paolini is a scaled-down version of the venerable pieces that inspired it, so it will fit into the tighter spaces of today's ...

  • How to Build a NightstandHow to Build a Nightstand

    by Michael Cullen

    With its convenient shelf, drawer, and lower storage space, this nightstand is perfect for those who like to keep a lot of reading material next to the bed. The ...

  • Federal Details Transform a Simple TableFederal Details Transform a Simple Table

    by Steve Latta

    A Federal piece doesn’t have to be big or complicated to stand out. Combining details in a smart way can enliven even the simplest form. Without the banding on ...

  • Oak Chest on StandOak Chest on Stand

    by Mario Rodriguez

    This oak chest-on-stand is an homage to C.F.A. Voysey, a major influence in the English Arts and Crafts Movement. Mario Rodriguez designed the chest with half-blind ...

  • Small Chest of DrawersSmall Chest of Drawers

    by Tim Rousseau

    The dresser’s style is defined by uncomplicated, crisp lines and lack of ornamentation, and it fits quietly and beautifully into just about any room. Tim Rousseau ...

  • Adjustable Workshop StandAdjustable Workshop Stand

    by Michael C. Fortune

    Assembled with dadoes, screws, and biscuits, this support stand has a broad, stable base and an adjustable column that slides easily and locks solidly. The top ...

  • Mini Workbench Works WondersMini Workbench Works Wonders

    by Steve Latta

    This mini bench by Steve Latta puts your work at a comfortable height for use with small power tools, hand tools, all kinds of joinery, and detail work. Clamped ...

  • Build a Desk in a DrawerBuild a Desk in a Drawer

    by Christian Becksvoort

    The top drawer of this bureau is what's known as a "butler's desk," a Shaker design where a writing surface and cubbyholes are discreetly hidden behind what looks ...

  • Build a Greene and Greene Blanket ChestBuild a Greene and Greene Blanket Chest

    by Darrell Peart

    Proud, pegged finger joints, a lid with raised breadboard ends, and faux "leather" straps on the base are some of the Greene and Greene details that Darrell Peart ...

  • Make a Table from a BoardMake a Table from a Board

    by Michael Pekovich

    There's more to making a beautiful piece of furniture than choosing a good design. As much effort needs to go into choosing the right wood, and using it successfully. ...

  • Make a Country HutchMake a Country Hutch

    by Andrew Hunter

    With its open top and decorative side cutouts, this cabinet has its design roots in the 17th century. It relies primarily on nails for strength. The box-joined ...

  • Stylish Coffee Table with Sleek LinesStylish Coffee Table with Sleek Lines

    by Jacques Breau

    This coffee table draws design inspiration from the Danish mid-century period. Its floating top, pencil-roll edge and angled legs add pizzazz. The use of floating ...

  • Scandinavian Kitchen TableScandinavian Kitchen Table

    by Mario Rodriguez

    This simple and unpretentious table is designed to be used, and the unusual construction makes it robust enough for the most avid home cook. Dispensing with typical ...

  • 3-D Shelves Enliven Any Room3-D Shelves Enliven Any Room

    by Daniel Chaffin

    These display boxes are simple to make, and can be arranged in geometric patterns on a wall to create beautiful, modern, functional storage. The challenge is in ...

  • A Box Worth RepeatingA Box Worth Repeating

    by Laura Mays

    Making boxes is a great way to explore the idea of building things in a series. When you change the small-scale details, you can change the look of the overall ...

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