1) chippendale low boy
2) bedroom end table
3) Side board
4) cornor cabinet
This cabinet is composed of narrow pieces of maple ripped and reglued to show the quartersawn face which provides the striped effect. The corners are cherry as is the base. The outside of the...
variation on a theme: mahagony, maple and walnut.
I was playing with some ideas for gift boxes and tried my hand at designing these in the Greene and Greene style. They are joined with proud finger joints, the bottom incorporates cloud lifts, and...
This standing jewelry cabinet is made of maple, walnut, cherry and mahogany. It stands about 4 feet tall and is about 20 inches wide. It is finished with wet sanded satin poly.
The main cabinet...
Since my pile of cut off lumber has slowly started to take over the shop I thought I would build a few boxes with it and practice some techniques that I have wanted to try. It is also a great way to...
Small veneered box made with cutoffs.
Nice break to build something small after building something big.
I took William Ng's Blacker House chair class early last year. Since than, I've built a set of four in Walnut and two in Mahogany. All of the major joinery, except for the arms to legs, is cut using...
Mahogany Sewing Case
This case is my own design intended to allow more tool and work-in-process storage than my spouse's current sewing basket. The design has a bit of Asian flair in the leg...
An inlay I did in a table for my little guy. The table is made of black walnut and santos mahogany and the dinosaur is made from caribbean rosewood and maple.
Woodworker: Ed StuckeyStuckey, a member of the Society of American Period Furniture Makers, built this Federal-style card table with inspiration from an article by Walter Raynes and Carl Clinton in...
Woodworker: Daniel Omondi Odhuno
This mahogany and walnut hall table combines Odhuno’s love for carving with his desire to make practical furniture for everyday use. His carvings are heavily...
Woodworker: Bert Wortel
Turnings, carvings, and inlay adorn this small chess table. Wortel crafted the board with solid wood with squares of holly and Peruvian walnut. He turned and carved...
Woodworker: Paul Schürch
With decades of marquetry under his belt, Schürch said that this buffet was a piece of cake, including creating the bow-front shape. The big challenge was working with the...
Woodworker: Amanda Broemel
Living in a home where nearly every piece of furniture was designed and built by her father, Broemel, formerly of Springfield, Pa., turned to him for design input. The...
Woodworker: Jeremy Weese
Weese crafted this crib a few months before his first child was born. The engineer and "shop-dweller by night" used AutoCad to check the proportions and joinery before...
Woodworker: David Hurwitz
Hurwitz began carving kitchen utensils about 13 years ago as a way to use the scraps accumulating in his shop. Seeing them as an exploration in form, he considers each one a...
Woodworker: Darrell Peart
This piece is a "near reproduction" of the Thorsen Sideboard made by the Hall brothers and designed by Greene and Greene in 1909. The bolection inlay, proud of the surface...
Woodworker: Michael Harris
Sam Maloof designs inspired the organic lines of this table crafted by Michael Harris. Harris built the piece without mechanical fasteners and his daughter now uses it as...
Woodworker: Len Dougherty
Len Dougherty's armchair and side chair highlight the unique veneer shading techniques he's built up since learning from marquetry expert Silas Kopf. To add dimension to...
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