One of the oldest designs for a dining table is also one of the most highly engineered and contemporary. But will its unusual dimensions work in a modern home? By Christopher Schwarz From the Autumn 2006 issue of Woodworking Magazine Traditional trestle tables have a bit of an austere reputation. They show up in Gothic … Read more
Many woodworkers first come to the craft with a love for a traditional furniture styles, and a want, nay, a need, to build these beautful pieces for themselves. If that is you, then you’ve come to the right place. We have traditional furniture plans of many different styles, from many different periods in the long history of furniture making. We’ll also show you how to build these pieces using the traditional furniture techniques practiced by the great craftsman of yore, kept alive by their woodshop decesdents of the present day.