Charles P. Limbert's furniture designs are best thought of as American Arts & Crafts pieces that went to finishing school in Europe. We give you woodworking drawings for a wastebasket that is a replica of the #255 Waste Paper Box found in Booklet No. 112.
If this globe-stand design doesn't suit you, we offer three other drawings to give you some options.
This simple camera will take amazing photographs. It's a great project to build with the children in your life.
This simple cold frame helps nurture your spring plantings during winter.
Back when the Shakers started making furniture in the late 18th century, the only tools available to them were powered by people. You can build these sturdy shelves using hand or power tools.
Believe it or not, the idea for this lamp came to me while scrutinizing some flea-market lampshades made from used popsicle sticks. The concept was sound. But with a few changes, I got a nice Asian lamp that casts a warm glow.
At the turn of the 20th century there were an extraordinary number of designs for bookcase and magazine stands offered to the public as completed pieces and construction plans. This version is a variation on a style made popular by Roycroft.
Using CAD software, dovetails and some creative half-laps, we found a way to get the most wine storage in the smallest space.
You don't need a lot of tools, experience or cash to build this pine shelf unit, perfect for freeing up space around the sink. Just check out these free woodworking plans and see.