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my first proper project and first post on here please give me your opinions. i made this for my girlfriend as a christmas present i used oak, walnut and hawthorne. thanks for looking and have a...
This table is all about the wood, a simple base and a stunning maple burl top! Finished in natural oil, that brings out the depth and richness of color.
Woodworker: Thomas Starbuck Stockton
Stockton worked with gallery owners Pat and Steve Kirkish of Healdsburg, Calif., to design this sapele, walnut, and white oak wardrobe for an attorney’s office...
Woodworker: Dave Boykin
Furniture designers Boykin and Pearce (the latter now retired) knew the book-matched walnut boards used for this cantilevered coffee table were special when they first laid...
Woodworker: Seth KiedaischWhen a client asked Kiedaisch to design a table with “those butterfly things and that ragged edge,” he decided to have some fun. Instead of the typical slab-top table...
Woodworker: Matt HuttonPart of a series by Hutton exploring layers, multiples, and curves, this table is 25 in. deep by 19 in. wide by 19 in. tall. The core of the construction is the bricklaid...
Woodworker: Michael SewardInspired by the work of Sam Maloof and George Nakashima, Michael Seward designed and built this walnut table with bird’s-eye maple butterfly joints to reflect both...
Woodworker: Eddie Austin
Austin built this Queen Anne Pennsylvania secretary as his senior project at the University of Rio Grande, in Ohio. The walnut and walnut burl veneer piece is 21 in. deep by...
Woodworker: Scott Morrison
Influenced by Windsor rockers of the 1700s and the work of Sam Maloof, Morrison built this walnut rocker/cradle as a design and construction challenge. Because the base and...
Woodworker: Bryan Smyda
Bryan Smyda built this piece on commission for a client who wanted him to "let his imagination flow" and build a unique piece for her dining room. He designed a dining table...
Woodworker: Gregg Roth
Gregg Roth and his father harvested the lumber he used for this cherry and red oak jewelry box project from land that they own. He milled and dried it and built the case as a...
Woodworker: Dean McWilliams
Inspired by the lines of a molded plastic chair, Dean McWilliams designed this one with steam-bent laminations for the legs, arms, and back. The white oak was steam bent...
Woodworker: Peter G. Thompson
Drawing from his experience working for the Federal Atlantic Salmon Restoration program, Thompson recalled the lines of a fish’s tail fin to create the line of the...
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: Noah Reiten
Because a large desk can overpower a room, Reiten designed this one to have a lighter feel. He raised the drawer bank and added negative space above it, giving the legs a more...
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: John Glendinning
Glendinning made this walnut vessel from a tree destined for the firewood pile, milling the lumber himself on a chainsaw mill. He steam-bent the segments, and then...
Woodworker: Trish McCulloch
McCulloch calls this piece a “modern hope chest” because it combines the traditional form with modern design, materials, and techniques. The interior walnut chest is a...
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: Shawn Wright
Wright crafted this small maple and walnut table out of necessity. The 15-year-old’s bedroom was recently remodeled but it was missing a place where he could set down his...
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