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  • How to Make a Box Joint Jig

    How to Make a Box Joint Jig

    Box joints are a wonderful combination of form and function. They look great, especially when made with contrasting materials and, with their significant surface area for glue, are very strong. Our shop-made table saw box joint jig is simple to make and easy to use. In all likelihood you have enough scrap in your shop

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  • China Sideboard

    Combining the best features of a sideboard and a china cabinet, this handsome china sideboard project is perfect for smaller spaces and casual living. There’s plenty of room for serving on top, and dishes, serving pieces, silver, and linens are safely stored and displayed behind tempered glass doors in the cabinet below. The project measures

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  • Bathroom Cabinet

    Bathroom Cabinet

    With storage space at a premium in most homes, antique medical cabinets have become a popular (and expensive) way to add storage space to the bathroom. This do-it-yourself version, based on a classic doctor’s cabinet, includes the gleaming display space, generous storage and bright white finish of the originals, but without the expense of an

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  • Curved Hall Table

    If your to-do list includes building a hall table, and you are looking for a simple way to “get out of the box” by adding some simple curves to a furniture project, this project just might be for you. Our curved hall table plans will give you everything you need including step-by-step instructions, a how-to

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  • cascading shelf

    Cascading Corner Shelf

    This shelving project can add beauty to any corner as well as house your favorite collectibles. The alternating shelf directions seem to cascade their way down the corner creating a lightness and playfulness that make it a piece of art as well. I first saw a project similar to this one years ago and then

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  • How To Make a Ring Box

    A Beautiful Ring Box

    Small boxes make perfect holiday gifts. Here’s one that’s a cinch to build and costs virtually nothing. I call it a ring box, but it could hold anything: candy, dried herbs, small shells—whatever you fancy. When I’ve given these boxes to friends, the first thing they say is that it’s amazingly light. (That’s because it’s

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  • hope chest plans

    Hope Chest Plans

    A perfect marriage of form and function, this traditional hope chest is as useful in the den, dining room or hall as it is in the bedroom. The project is great for extra linens, but the large storage compartment and generous drawer work just as well for games, CDs, DVDs, scarves and mittens, table linens

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  • Jewelry Box Plans

    Jewelry Box Plans

    Even costume jewelry shines when it’s housed in an elegant, handcrafted jewelry box. That’s what makes this jewelry box project ideal for any collection. Made of maple for it’s beauty and durability, the box features a lock for security and a convenient lift-out tray. Utilizing all straight cuts and simple joinery techniques, the jewelry box

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  • Lawyer’s Bookcase Plans

    As common in law offices today as they were 100 years ago, traditional lawyer’s bookcases are designed for storing expensive law books. Traditionally made of oak, the style is characterized by individual stacking compartments, or cases, fronted by glass doors. Use our lawyer’s bookcase plans to make your new project easy. The doors allow for

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  • Linen Closet Plans

    Anyone who’s ever grappled with the problem of home storage will agree that you can never have too much. But no matter how much closet space you have, there’s one thing you can’t change: a closet stays in one place. This country-style pine linen closet features three large shelves on top, two shelves below and

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