The inspiration for this “I Can Do That” storage bench was simple – I wanted it. Ever since I picked up a king-size bed at a liquidation sale, I wanted a matching bench to hold my shoes at the foot of the bed. After seeing many designs that were running anywhere...
With only pre-cut lumber from the home center store and basic joinery, you can be sitting pretty in no time at all.
Based on a Swedish antique, this bench uses through-tenons made with just a jigsaw.
This trivet is simple and fun to make – in any number of shapes.
The tabletop on our for the I Can Do That project in our February 2010 issue, appeared a bit blasÃ?Â©. So to pep up the look, I thought inlay. Knowing I didn’t have the time to create, or the desire to purchase wood inlay, I turned to trompe l’oeil. Trompe l’oeil...
Find a piece with great design, such as this Stickley No. 79 bookcase, then make adjustments to the construction to better match your skill set.
One piece of wood and a lot of bamboo skewers do the trick to make this simple and fun knife block.
This wall hung magazine rack is easy to make with a few simple tools and readily available material.
Uncomplicated construction and an easy, attractive finish make this table tops.