Period accounts indicate 18th-century American cabinetmakers typically produced a wide variety of products. They were neither quite as specialized as some would have it, nor did they produce particularly great quantities of any one product.
Different goals allowed period woodworkers to work quickly.
My dad has been making this six-legged huntboard for a number of years. It has always sold well. Here's your chance to make it at a price well below retail.
Though members of your family aren't likely to store spices in a cabinet like this, you can bet that it will be an oft-requested item for you to build.
It's no wonder furniture manufacturers stay in business. If you haven't noticed we're heading back towards a cleaner look. This nice dresser should set you on your way.
Check out these free woodworking plans for an updated version that still preserves the form of the traditional dry sink.
A few summers ago my wife and I were traveling through Martha's Vineyard on vacation when we stopped at a small antiques store. We saw a cupboard like this, and a couple sketches later, this version was born.
Learning to build shelving is a basic skill every woodworker must master. Here are the basic rules everyone must follow.
This simple cabinet can be used in a bathroom or in a kitchen to hold spices. It's a great way to learn basic carcase construction.