Two bits of wood and a jigsaw are what you need to make this magazine rack that converts to a bookstand.
An easy interlocking joint begets great strength and style.
Pocket holes make a seemingly complicated project simple.
Just jigsaw and go.
This rustic hinged-lid box is a design traditionally used as a basic tool chest, but I thought a scaled-down version would make a great chest for stashing toys. Nails, glue and a nice long day
in the shop are all it takes.
This simple rack uses no nails, no screws and holds up to 15 pairs of shoes.
Don’t let the panel glue-up scare you. This step stool (useful in just about any room of the house) is easy to build, using pocket screws as clamps and to add strength.
The mouldings dress up the shelf while building the drawer increases your skills.
Adapted from a 19th-century example, this wall-hung shelf is perfect for displaying your treasures.