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Woodworker: Milton Salas
This four-drawer chest by Salas is a variation of a two-drawer bedside table he previously designed. The sides of this small chest angle outward slightly, giving the piece a...
Woodworker: Timothy Coleman
Made of thick veneer and solid parts from the same planks, this cherry and morado cabinet lies between traditional veneered and solid-wood pieces. Coleman cuts solid wood...
Woodworker: Peter Turner
Originally linen presses were used for storing clothing or valuable linen. In this modern adaptation, the form was pressed into service as a dining-room hutch. Turners...
Woodworker: Les Cizek
Cizek made this, his first stand, as a student at the College of the Redwoods in northern California. The top has a gentle curve of figured cherry veneer, with storage under the...
Woodworker: Philip Ponvert
Ponvert’s first computer desk is a basic form. All the components as well as paper storage are off to the side, so the top is kept clutter-free. The generously sized...
Woodworker: William Walker
William Walker’s design aesthetic shows through custom pieces like this cherry end table. In place of traditional aprons, which would be tucked under the top, Walker...
Woodworker: Gregory Skidmore
Skidmore designed and crafted this hutch for his daughter. The smaller dimensions of the upper case reduce the overall bulk of the hutch and also provide a counter...
Former President and woodworker, Jimmy Carter, crafted this four-poster bed from cherry with tapered, faceted posts.
Rosette carvings begun on a lathe decorate this side table by Shackleton.
Charles Shackleton accents this table with hand-carved curls.
Charles Shackleton uses diamond beading to accent this footstool.
Becksvoort’s cherry tool cabinet measures 88-in. wide when fully opened.
Mehler’s cherry chest of drawers was made from a single log.
McCaffery’s miniature reproduction of the yacht, the Coronet, is made from poplar, cherry, and apple wood. The piece was built to a scale of 3/8 in. = 1 ft.
Wiedman hand-carved this commissioned mahogany and cherry mirror frame.
DuPlessis’ stereo cabinet features English yew, zebrawood, cherry, walnut and maple. The doors have Japanese rice paper inserts.
Zeller’s Federal-style chest of drawers made from cherry with veneered satinwood and mahogany crossbanded drawer fronts. The cock beads are maple.
Arno’s side table is made using the contrasting wood grains of curly maple and curly cherry.
Frame-and-panel sides add to the classic look of this cherry cabinet. Salas’ cabinet also feature ebony drawer pulls.
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