Doesn’t this bedside table nightstand look simply adorable? Jen from The House of Wood is here to inspire us some more with this great idea. If you’re constantly struggling with organizing your bedroom, then this is your go-to weekend project.
So the way it works is you’re going to enter your credit card information on the next page. After that, you’ll get instant access to the package. It’s kind of a membership site, but don’t worry about a monthly membership fee or anything like that. You will pay only once and that’s all you pay. There’s no additional charges, no hidden charges, no nothing like that. For a small fee I will also ship worldwide, the DVDs of all the plans and bonuses.
Contributing Editor A.J. Moses makes a business out of using salvaged wood. In fact, he calls his company Castaway Woodworks because so much of the material he uses has, literally, been cast away by someone else. He takes a lot of pride in giving those materials new life. Working with reclaimed wood Using salvaged wood
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Are you having trouble with your (or your children’s) pencils constantly getting missing or just rolling off the desk? This adorable pencil holder fixes that problem once and for all. Not only is it practical, it looks great on the desk, especially when you decorate it with something meaningful like it has been done in this particular project.
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This particular wine box is built from red oak and the main tools you’ll need are a miter saw, table saw and a nailer. Luckily though, cutting the pieces is the most complicated step of the project and honestly, even that’s not too complicated.
These cabinet making plans include far more than just the traditional kitchen cabinets: you’ll find tips and plans for garage cabinets, under-the-saw storage, as well as both simple and complex versions of indoor cabinets.
The absolute hardest step is cutting the triangles which need to have 30 and 120 degree angles. Though cutting the triangles is not really tough, you do need to have patience and accuracy – it can be a bit repetitive. But hey, all for a mesmerizing result, isn’t that right?
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If you follow the step-by-step tutorial and tie strong knots, this swing should nicely support up to 200 pounds. Why not build one swing for each member of your family? That way you’ll never have to hear those “swing fights” again.
You like puzzles? You love pine? And you are in a desperate need for new flooring? Well, then here’s a project that’s meant for you! This awesome flooring is made using small triangles that create a cool geometric pattern when put together.
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This is one of those things that you never know you need unless you have one. This amazing wooden sofa sleeve works perfectly on either or both sides of a sofa set. It gives your sofa a nice look. The sleeve can also be modified to include a cup holder, mobile holder, etc. You can easily find this item on any online furniture store, but an even better idea is to build one. This way, you can make a sofa sleeve design that you actually like and make space for cup and other things.
Are you looking for a memorable and unique wedding gift? A wedding wine box is a trendy gift, but making one yourself makes the gift simply so much personal. Better yet, it’s a budget-friendly project!
Here’s a great gift idea that will draw raves. The joints are accurately made in seconds with a biscuit joiner! Complete instructions for building this stool are found here. Want to learn about using a biscuit joiner before taking on this project? Watch this video that shows you how to make strong, fast and accurate joints with this useful tool.
This is a simple woodworking project that involves making a candle holder that can be easily mounted on any wall. The holder can be used to hang candles as well as anything else that can be used. I found many wonderful ideas on the internet and liked this one the most.
If you’ve searched for easy woodworking projects, then you have definitely seen this one! This sofa sleeve tutorial is created by A Beautiful Mess and it will once and for all solve the dilemma that occurs when you want to drink a hot cup of coffee but simply don’t have any place for it while you’re reading or watching TV.
If you’re all about minimalism and you don’t want to have your clothes in a big bulky closet, you should consider building this super easy clothes rack. By ‘super easy’ we literally mean it – according to the project’s author Chloe, it only took 15 minutes to build!
Christian Becksvoort gives you four ideas for handmade gifts that will please your friends and family and use up the scraps lying around your shop: a versatile flatware carrier, a two-piece desk set with tray and pencil holder, a tea light holder, and a hanging mirror.
Since I started with my first woodworking project, which was something like 43 years ago, I purchased uncountable woodworking magazines, books and CDs. Most of them were complete garbage and I could’ve thrown away my money as well..
Steve Shanesy teamed up with Norm Abram on this project to teach you how to build an Adirondack chair the right way. Norm and Steve detail every step, from selecting an appropriate species of wood and the proper outdoor hardware, to cutting the patterned slats and assembling an attractive final product.