This classic walnut table and mirror duo works in settings from traditional to contemporary. The simple lines and understated details make it easy to build and even easier to mix with other furniture pieces. This WOOD Magazine mirror and table plan is easy to follow and gives you all the details needed to create your… Read more
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This mailbox planter woodworking plan has been shop tested by the master woodworkers at WOOD Magazine. Create real curbside appeal with a mailbox post and planter destined to be the envy of the neighborhood. This stylish design will show off your green thumb as well as your craftsmanship.
Whether at home or on the road, kids will enjoy writing and drawing on this portable slant-top desk. It keeps their art supplies organized and handy whenever inspiration strikes!
This sleek, versatile cabinet system lends itself to any number of furniture pieces that easily assemble and disassemble. In this DIY Bookshelf video. we’ll show you how to build the components, you decide what your needs are, and build to suit. The key to the system lies in the cam-lock knockdown hardware that lets you… Read more
“This unit was designed and built to bring order out of the chaos in my workshop,” explained reader Bernard Monneau of Calgary, Alberta, in his letter to us. We liked his idea of mixing plastic tubs and shelves so much, we built one for the WOOD® magazine shop and invite you to construct one for… Read more
Blooming beauties rise to the occasion in these outdoor decorators. Simple to construct, the framework consists of 2×4 stock, handsomely covered with weather-resistant cedar fencing. Each planter has a shelf you can position to elevate your favorite plants to just the right height.
Using just a portable circular saw, jigsaw, and drill, you can build and ‘plant’ this eye-catching masterpiece in a weekend.
Clean and simple, this cherry wall cabinet makes a nice addition to most any wall in need of dressing up. You can build it in two evenings and enjoy it for a lifetime. Follow this easy woodworking plan to build a cabinet.
You’ll turn to this miter sled like a trusted friend whenever you need gap-free corners. To make mitering a cinch, even on long pieces, T-tracks hold a stopblock anywhere along the 25″-long fences. A hardwood block behind the fences shrouds the blade while channeling sawdust downward into the saw.
Furniture plans as easy to customize as they are to construct. Movable shelves rest at your choice of five heights. Stack two units for a lot of storage in a little floor space. Add another unit to create a workspace and when needs change, rearrange the set for a new custom solution.