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Two tone decorative box made from strips of walnut and poplar. No stain, just a light coat of polyurethane finish. About 8 x 11 in.
This is a box I made to contain two souvenir mugs from Yellowstone National Park. The box and mugs were a gift to two friends.The primary wood is poplar. The dark accents are walnut. The exterior...
Woodworker: Dick Ugoretz
Inspired by a James Krenov cabinet, Ugoretz made this standing cabinet using shopmade veneer over a core of plywood sheets to form the bowed front.
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...
Needle and thread have been substituted with hook and thread with this Shaker-style sewing desk that I will use as a fly-tying station. Although the piece was inspired by antique originals from the...
This was my first go at a bombe chest. The front is still flat (i didnt want to get in over my head on my first chest), but the sides are curved. It is made from Walnut and the drawers are poplar...
Contemptoray crib based on Land of Nod's "Andersen" Collection.
Built as a gift for my college roommate and his wife.
(973)923-3273 We have more than one million board feet of reclaimed antique barn wood, wide plank flooring, siding, beams, & barn doors in stock. We dismantle, mill, install every product we sell...
This bedroom clothing armoire was constructed as a stacked two piece upper cabinet and lower dresser unit assembly for ease of cross country shipment. It is medium sized for an armoire with basic...
I was asked by a close friend to build him a casket. He was diagnosed with terminal liver cancer and had 2-6 months to live. I was honored to build it. As a woodworker, it was a very enjoyable...
Woodworker: Doug ClarnerClarner collaborated with artist Trenny Robb of Sutton, Vt., when designing this Shaker-style sideboard, which won the 2010 Vermont Fine Furniture and Wood Products Design...
Woodworker: James PlatteterThree factors motivated Platteter to build this Pennsylvania spice box: the beauty of the original in The Pennsylvania Spice Box by Lee Ellen Griffith (Chester County...
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: William N. Moore
Moore created this lowboy from the John Townsend original in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. Because he is a hobbyist woodworker, he says he has the...
Woodworker: Steve Latta
Latta built this inlaid spice cabinet to commemorate his 10th wedding anniversary. Since Latta and his wife are Quakers living in Chester County, Pa. he picked a design that...
Woodworker: Richard Gies
Interested in furnishing their 1830 Quaker farmhouse with circa 1780-1850 pieces, Gies and his wife borrowed elements from three period pieces to design and build this...
This center table took Hieke approximately 350 hours to complete. The piece features hand-cut rose-pattern inlay in birch and holly veneer. Poplar was used for the leaves. The table’s legs are salvaged piano legs from the Steinway factory where Hieke worked for 36 years. No stain was used on the piece, only veneer dipped in hot sand was used to darken the wood.
Beach’s Chippendale-style highboy in black walnut. The piece has a shellac and wax finish.
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