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Engine-Inspired Hall Table

Engine-Inspired Hall Table

Woodworker: Raymond FinanWhen Finan set out to design a triangular table (19-3⁄8 in. deep by 21-1⁄4 in. wide by 26-1⁄4 in. tall), his first thought was to give it straight sides and square...

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Camel-Back Steamer Trunks

Camel-Back Steamer Trunks

Woodworker: Chuck Zeller Inspired by old camel-back steamer trunks, Zeller decided to learn steam-bending and re-create the luggage as furniture. This white-oak chest is 20 in deep by 36 in. wide by...

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White Oak, Maple, and Basswood Settee

White Oak, Maple, and Basswood Settee

Woodworker: Greg Pennington When building this white oak, maple, and basswood settee, Pennington shaped all 45 spindles by hand with a drawknife and spokeshave. The undercarriage was turned on the...

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White Oak and Stained Glass Chest of Drawers

White Oak and Stained Glass Chest of Drawers

Woodworker: Jim Jasperson This gentleman's dresser began in Jasperson's backyard, with wood taken from a white oak that used to live there. The asymmetry in the piece breaks up the expansive faade...

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Sideboard

Sideboard

Woodworker: Seth Janofsky Janofsky crafted this sideboard as his homage to oak. He paired white oak frames with English white oak panels, preferring fine tonal play to more dramatic contrasts...

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Scalloped Cabinet

Scalloped Cabinet

Coleman used two different techniques and two different woods to achieve the cohesive look of this cabinet. The top is made from maple and hand carved, while the lower portion is made from white oak and laminated.

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Writing Box

Writing Box

Nicholas Goulden’s writing box made from English hornbeam and white oak with leather writing surface.

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Puzzle

Puzzle

Coffin’s white oak puzzle is made from 48 identical pyramids and can be assembled 11 different ways.

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Bed Frame

Bed Frame

The bed frame is made from pickled white iak and topped with a sand-blasted and clear-finished headboard and footboard. The piece was a collaborative effort between painter Kathy Halton and furniture maker Bob Ingram.

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Blanket Chest

Blanket Chest

Using his method of curved carcase construction, Byers was able to make this piece entitled “Temptation Chest.” Looking more like a coffee table, one only has to lift the top to realize its actually a blanket chest. It is made from ebonized oak.

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Armchair

Armchair

Jensen made this Japanese oak armchair during a woodworking class with the Grew-Sheridans. Inspired by asian furniture making, Jensen wanted the seat cushion to seem to float above the seat rails. To accomplish this he swept the rails in an upward direction.

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Blanket Chest

Blanket Chest

This walnut and white oak blanket chest by George Monroe was featured at a woodworking show highlightlng woods of the Pacific Coast.

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Prairie-style Couch

Prairie-style Couch

Designed by Scott Dickerson, built by Dennis Saindon and upholstered by Newt Tyler, this prairie-style couch took over 37 weeks to build and used more than 630 board feet of oak. All the elements of the couch are based up an architectural style that was first developed by Louis Sullivan, but made internationally famous by Frank Lloyd Wright.

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Tool Chest

Tool Chest

This machinist-style tool chest can be made in a weekend. The chest is a basically a dovetail box done with a jig and bit. The tool chest is made of oak and poplar and features felt-lined drawers.

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Noah’s Ark

Noah’s Ark

After three years of work Hoffman finished this interpretation of Noah’s Ark. The ark was made with five layers of oak veneer that when open reveal 60 pairs of hand-carved and painted basswood animals. The piece is completed with the addition of a unicorn - without a mate - and Noah and his family.

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Chest

Chest

The use of figured wood highlights these two pieces by Tischler. On the left his tall cabinet-on-chest is made from ash and features holly inlay and curly oak drawers. The bureau is made from cherry with falme-birch drawers and a black base.

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Wall Cabinet

Wall Cabinet

Wall cabinet in white oak by Chris Cain.

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Welsh Side Chair

Welsh Side Chair

Welsh side chair in white oak by John Brown. Brown is known for crafting his chairs primarily with hand tools. They are characterized by their clean lines and original design.

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File Cabinet

File Cabinet

Roland Johnson’s file cabinet in red and white oak. He stained the cabinet to give it a uniform appearance.

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Craftsman-style Wall Cabinet

Craftsman-style Wall Cabinet

Thinly milled quartersawn white oak was used to make this wall cabinet. No piece was thicker than half an inch. The cabinet, built in the Craftsman-style is finished with a mixture of boiled linseed oil, turpentine, besswax and japan drier.

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