Here's a great little project that packs in a big Arts and Crafts punch. It's a scaled-down version of an Arts and crafts display case that I had originally built for Fine Woodworking. It incorporates the same features as the original, but requires less lumber and effort to build.
Woodworker: Alan Dana Hall
This Mackintosh-inspired Arts and Crafts desk is based on an original built in Scotland by Wylie & Lockhead (ca. 1900). The problem was getting a good-quality photograph of...
Woodworker: Kelly J. Dunton
The inspiration for this table dates back a century to designs by Gustav Stickley. He defined his furniture philosophy as being "where the beauty lies in simplicity of the...
Lehnert’s Morris chair was made in the traditional Craftsman-style using quartersawn white oak then finishing with an ammonia fuming process. The construction and finishing are outlined in FW#101, pp. 39-42.
Sigman’s reproduction Morris chair is an example of Stickley’s belief that art should be found in everyday objects. The chair is made from quartersawn white oak and leather, and finished with oil and lacquer.