Eastwood Chair

Bold oak and classic craftsman style make this arm chair a joy to build. When finished, it’s sure to become your favorite seat in the house. Project #2402 • Skill Level: Intermediate • [...]

Mission Oak Dining Table

Build classic from the Arts & Crafts era. I jumped at the chance to examine an original Stickley Brothers dining table, because I love figuring out how to build antique furniture pieces that [...]

Stickley Dining Chairs

Build accurate replicas of a classic design Having built the Mission oak dining table that appeared in American Woodworker (Dec/Jan 2009, issue 139), my next project was to build chairs to go [...]

Recreating Rohlfs

This mahogany Arts & Crafts desk chair exemplifies furniture as art. Most woodworkers are familiar with Arts & Crafts designers William Morris, Gustav Stickley and Charles and Henry [...]

Eastwood Ottoman

This classic Stickley ottoman oozes Craftsman style, but don’t let its simple form fool you—it packs in some great woodworking.  Project #2221 • Skill Level: Intermediate • Time: 4 Days • Cost: [...]

Eastwood Ottoman Upholstery

After the woodworking is done, finish your project with upholstery to match. The topic of DIY upholstery interests many woodworkers, however, few have access to detailed tutorials. Tacking a [...]

Everyday Greene & Greene

In the hands of genius, ordinary items become fine art. One of the best-known quotations to arise from the Arts & Crafts movement is from William Morris. A founding father of the movement in [...]

Arts & Crafts Bookcase

Dramatic details showcase leaded glass and English style. Some of the most aesthetically compelling pieces of furniture I’ve seen in the Arts & Crafts style were made by an English company [...]

Dragonfly Side Table

Angles and an artful inlay set this Arts & Crafts-inspired design apart. I’ve been fascinated by interesting little tabouret tables lately, and it seems the more complicated the design, the [...]

Arts & Crafts Sideboard

This Harris Lebus classic is a tour-de-force of the English aesthetic. When we think of the origins of the Arts & Crafts movement in England toward the end of the 19th century, we tend to [...]

Arts & Crafts Occasional Table

Conquer some fun joinery challenges with this geometric Baillie Scott build. As soon as I saw Mackay Hugh Baillie Scott’s 1901 occasional table on display at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, [...]

Arts & Crafts Through-tenons

One of my favorite Arts & Crafts details is the through-tenon at the top of a table, bookcase or chair. When I was considering adding a joinery class to my curriculum at the Barnard [...]

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