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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...
There are a lot of inexpensive deck and patio DIY woodwork projects. If you're looking for woodwork ideas, why not consider resurfacing an old concrete one with wood?
Concrete gets pitted, worn...
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...
A new guitar I just completed for a customer. This unique creation features a gorgeous one piece premium quatersawn 'Sapelli Mahogany' body and neck, the fingerboard is west african ebony!
Kitchen utility cart for holding mixers, etc. Steamed Beech. Locking Casters for easy moving and use.
A bygone concept car from 1951 is made a reality... with compound joinery, sapele, quilted maple, and a showstopping finish
Some picture frames I created. The oil paintings are by my wife, Gail. The 2 projects were created independently of each other.
Really light up your next dinner party with a table that glows in the dark!
Photoluminescent (glow) powder mixed with clear casting resin fills the naturally formed voids in this Pecky Cypress...
Just a little piece of artwork I completed, the center portion is stained 'hard maple' with a chip carved celtic cross (the same as the one on my personal guitar I recently posted). I then inlayed...
A new guitar I just completed for a customer. This unique creation features a very rare pistachio top which was salvaged form commercial nut groves in Northern California!
This is my personal guitar, a guitar I built to celebrate my '18 anniversary of guitar building'. I've made a video (listed in the link below) in which you can follow some of the work which went into...
This is a maple console table. I adapted the plan from a Quebec (Canada) woodworking magazine. I modified certain designs and functionalities elements.
L'Atelier de l'Aubier - Saint-Lazare, Quebec...
Red Oak cabinet with 3 sliding doors. 34 inches high, 8 inches deep and 82 inches long. Frame and panel doors. Panels resawn to highlight ray flecks.
Finished with Oil Varnish mix.
I've had a couple of pieces of wenge in my shop for a while and thought it was time to make something with it. The inlay is made of maple and alowood. The table is finished with varnish oil.
Woodworker: Diego Miscoria
Hoping to design a comfortable and beautiful bar stool without upholstery, Miscoria spent a lot of time on the backrest of this steam-bent ash stool (22-in. deep by 22in...
Woodworker: Aaron Levine
Aaron Levine used very plain bay laurel, also called myrtle, for the legs and stretchers of this table. However, he used a very colorful, highly figured piece for the top...
This was a set of tables built for a Psychiatrist's office. It began with a request for a very small, low side table that would subtly reflect the Danish Modern furniture already in place. The...
This rare (to me) heavily curly figured arbutus boards came from our local wood recovery program that have been ran by our local guild - WWW.VIWG.COM - from a few years back, at least 4~5 years as I...
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