SketchUp Arts & Crafts Furniture Projects

Sketchup Arts & Crafts Furniture Projects

Welcome to Popular Woodworking Magazine’s SketchUp Collection of Arts & Crafts Furniture Project models. Also known as Craftsman or Mission style furniture, these pieces were originally made in the early 20th century by Gustav Stickley and his brothers, Charles Limbert and Roycroft. Characterized by great proportions, straightforward joinery and beautiful wood, these designs are popular among woodworkers, and with SketchUp you can custom fit these designs as you plan projects to fit your space and decor.

Each image on this page links directly to the model on 3D Warehouse. Click on any project image and you can download the model to your computer, view details of the project, explore how it is built, and find the back issue in which the model appeared.

Note: to view and use the models, you must have SketchUp installed on your computer. You can download SketchUp for free by clicking here.

Visit Popular Woodworking Magazine SketchUp page to find more models, tutorials for learning how to use SketchUp for woodworking, and other resources for learning to use this software for furniture design and project planning

VisitPopular Woodworking Magazine Google 3D Warehouse Collection.

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SketchUp Update

As many of you have noticed, we are making improvements to the way you can view our free SketchUp models at Popular Woodworking Magazine. This feature has been enormously popular and we are looking forward to expanding the content that will be available. The site is currently under heavy construction by our online wizards...

Why This Detail Was Abandoned

In early Gustav Stickley pieces, doors with divided lights were joined with mitered mullions. It’s an intriguing look, but was used only for a few years. My next project for the magazine has a divided door, and even though I haven’t been able to find an original example of the piece I’m building with...