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The Vine Table was inspired by the clematis growing in our yard and other tables with overlapped legs. The Walnut vine shaped legs seem to swirl around the table and climb the base to the mitered...
My charging station box eliminates the clutter from all the charging cables when charging mobile devices. A 6 outlet plug strip is hidden behind a door in the back of the box. There are two...
I designed the "Trestle Table" to take advantage of the wonderful grain in this figured maple. I kept the design simple but elegant to highlight the wood's beauty. The edges of the top are tapered...
This occasional table (42"W x 12"D x30"H) is a modification of one of my previous designs. The top and shelf are of Douglas Fir saved for 75 years from a house my client's dad built in Seattle, Wa...
Woodworking is a great art and hobby that you can quickly turn into business. You need to know that different woodwork projects will have different markets. For instance, if you are making toys, then...
The left side of this cabinet pivots out and is basically one big box to hold all the bedding and sheets. Drawers are dovetailed, the maple and wenge inlay breakes up the large front on the left...
My first chair design, a cafe chair with joinery inspired by Carlo Mollino. Ebonized red oak and jatoba repurposed from luxury flooring project waste. This is version 1.0 but I will be making slight...
This desk was partially inspired by the amazing plank of teak that went into making it. I wanted to showcase the amazingly straight and even grain. The drawer stack on the left has a bow to the front...
The overall design for this desk was to create a desk that could be folded up and out of the way. It is my take of a secretarie style desk. The desk surface occupied in the tall fall flat keeps the...
Overal size is 185x100x25 cm. By cutting out three equal sections in each board starting at 30 cm in from the end, the four bendable strips were thus left. The tricky part was fitting the shelves...
Two students receive the OAS Future Craftsmen Scholarship.
This tool cabinet was inspired by Mark Laub's work. It is made from birdseye maple and mahogany. All the dovetails were hand cut and so were the tennons. Finished with Shellac 44"H x 55" W x 14" D.
Blanket Box for my daughter. Walnut frame and maple panels.
Finished with shellac. Aromatic cedar inside.
The Stand-Up Desk was designed to ease a friends back-problems from too much sitting on a normal desk. I chose cherry and mahogany with small wenge elements. The legs and cross-braces I shaped to...
ROOSEVELT BOURBON SIDE TABLE
Materials: Maple Burl, Zebrawood, Steel
Dimensions: 25"L x 19"W x 24"H
Finish: Hand-rubbed oil (fully cured), shellac, and spray lacquer for added...
Glove box of Maple and Morado.Handcut dovetails.Workshop-cut Morado veneer.French lacquered top.Mobile compartments.Carnauba and Beeswax finish.
Made with handtools.
Dimensions : 6.5" x 14" x...
I have always wanted to build a Krenov Cabinet and the chance came to build a new display cabinet. It is made of curly maple which was tricky to work with.
I followed the article in FWW208...
Spalted Maple and jatoba 40-1/2 inch x 16-1/2 inch x 31 inch tall with a shellac finnish
built by Anderson Woodworks Olympia wa
I didn't want to build it the easy way, so I angled the sides at 88°. This of course caused a whole tail of complications. I got what I asked for. The main wood is cherry and the fronts were...
Woodworker: Todd DeRosa
This marquetry box was software consultant Todd DeRosa's first major woodworking project. He started out making a simple Christmas present for his 8-year-old daughter, but...
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