March 22, 2016
The Coffee Table (42"W x 16"D x 20"H) is made of my client's Douglas Fir saved for 75 years from when his father built the family home in Seattle, WA.…
March 13, 2016
This project was started to build a simple bench in an entryway hall. I decided to make the project more challenging and simpler in form by using thicker stick…
From the time I ordered the wood until last week when I finally brought it into the house, it was two years! As with most of my work, things get…
March 7, 2016
My first really challenging project from 2010. inspired by a 1915 Stickley piece, the lower cross members intersect and overlap with only the bottom piece whole. Through tenons were pinned. The...
March 5, 2016
Server table to accompy dining room table and chairs completed earlier
February 26, 2016
Not as nice as Kevin Rodel's, but still very handsome. As soon as I saw it on the cover of FWW, I wanted to build one.
February 18, 2016
Kevin Rodel, expert on Arts and Crafts furniture, draws on the style and joinery of a Charles Limbert table and gives them a twist to make his own contemporary coffee…
Walk through the logic of stock selection for the major parts of the table and then glue up and shape the table’s top.
The end panels, with their crisp, geometric cutouts, are the most powerful element in the table’s design. Create clean cutouts by cutting the panel apart and gluing it back together.…
Finish shaping the end panels by tapering them and cutting the curve along the bottom edge. Then make the legs and glue them with splines to the panels.
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