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Woodworker: Mark Whitley
Whitley riffed off the concept of a Shaker apothecary cabinet to create this chest of drawers. Each drawer is hand dovetailed and Whitley dyed the inside of each a graduated...
Woodworker: Wil Wolski
Wolski, a student of Rosewood Studio's 9-month Craftsman Course, says "this piece was inspired by the natural arc created by a tree branch and the desire to capture it with...
Woodworker: Daniel H. Phillips
Phillips, a North Bennett Street School student, adapted a drawing from Thomas Sheraton’s The Cabinet-Maker and Upholsterer’s Drawing-Book for the design of this...
Woodworker: Bruce K. Brown
Brown's Bentwood Rocker is the culmination of three years of trial-and-error to perfect a comfortable design and that rocks well. The curvy lines of his father's insignia...
Woodworker: Sean Connin
Connin built this table while participating in the New Hampshire Institute of Furniture Making's Studio-Based Learning Program. He says the design was a collaborative effort...
Beyer’s toolbox features over 35 hardwoods from Africa, Asia and South America. The piece is finished with Sam Maloof’s poly/oil recipe.
Gibson’s wall cabinet is made from ash and finished with Watcho oil and shellac.
Hack’s chair of ash and rosewood. The chair seat is Danish cord. It is finished with varnish, oil and beeswax.
This jewelry box is made from solid walnut, oil ash veneer, ash, and ebony. It is finished with oil, polyurethane and wax.
This Windsor-inspired rocking chair is made of cherry and ash, and finished with oil, citrus thinners and paste wax.
Inspired by the bridge design of Robert Maillart, Ernst made this table from walnut and ash. The piece is finished with oil.
Bechler chest-of-drawers in white oak and kwila. The chest is finished wtih oil.
Low-profile turning textured, scortched, and decorated with gold leaf.
A few years ago, I read Krenov's The Impractical Cabinetmaker and loved the cabinet he describes in chapter 'Carved Curves' (p. 86 ff). After finishing another project I decided to build a similar...
Hello everyone; I've been absent from these pages for a while as I've been shepherding my students here and I feel like a proud father. I'm showing off a selection of their work all designed and...
this is my dream shop it is 24'x45' it is a project of mine that hopefully will soon come true! i've placed the machinery in order that will work for me. i design and build to others specs, i also...
After I retired I moved to Muskoka and built my 28 x 40 dream shop. It has hydronic radiant floor heating that keeps me warm in the winter and a 10 foot ceiling that allows for larger...
I designed and built this small side table over the past winter, it's main body is Ash. A log that my wife and I literally stumbled over a few years back on the shore of Cape Breton Island in Nova Scotia, Canada. I had a freind with a bandsaw mill rip it down and left it to air dry for three years. The drawer fronts are made from Angelique, again another 'sea-faring' wood species...This was reclaimed from an old barge that sat in Marthas Vineyard for the better part of 100 years!
This table was completely made by hand using only hand tools.
The finish is Tried and True oil/varnish mix.
Reclaimed wood, no power tools used and a food grade all natural oil for finish...what could be any greener than that?
Ebonized White Ash Legs and Top Frame with solid Padauk top inset and leg stretchers
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