Chest woodworking plans
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For the bedroom, living room or den, our American hardwood blanket chests, cedar chests, and Amish trunks are the perfect storage solution.
Morgan saved to Crafts/ DIY/ Projects:
This woodworking plan is a classic. Handsome and sturdy. Calls for cedar, but pine and oak also work well. 20 in. tall by 48 in. long by 20 in. deep. Create, build and/or assemble it yourself with the help of this paper plan. MATERIALS NOT INCLUDED, PAPER PLAN ONLYBuild it yourself!Once built its a true classic
This unique pyramid planter is great for growing strawberries, flowers, and herbs. The planter is 3 ft. tall and just over 4 ft. wide. The downloadable plans include instructions and full color photos at every step! I'll show you to build this planter from beginning to end. The planter is made entirely of pressure-treated lumber commonly found at your local lumber yard. Just fill the pyramid with dirt and add your plants. Perfect for decks and patios with little room for a garden. Download…
Robert Mouton saved to Woodworking
This chest is built to your specifications when ordered. Orders are processed in the order they are received and paid for. There will be a minimum of 14 days before shipping due to the time it takes to build and give the finish time to cure properly before boxing for shipment. There is no Inventory. The size is approximately 20" wide by 46" long and 21" tall (measurements account for the lid). The chest will also come with a sliding tray which is also lined with aromatic cedar. Shipping is…
Angie saved to Chet's Woodworking Ideas
Andy Rae's version of this classic cedar chest features solid cherry and plywood biscuit construction and user-friendly hardware. The two-drawer chest abounds in storage and style and is sure to become a family heirloom.
Randy Hales saved to Inside the House
Cherry, poplar and antique knobs.
Chad Perry saved to Hope chess
This listing is not for an actual cabinet. Please do not think you are going to get a cabinet worth thousands of dollars for $15. Many woodworkers have asked for the secret to the pull-out panels used on my jewelry cabinets. Such as: http://www.alladd.com/jewelry-cabinets/koa-jewelry-cabinet/index.html and : http://www.alladd.com/jewelry-cabinets/sapele-standing-cabinet/index.html These pull-out panels for necklaces and earrings are two-sided, holding an enormous amount of hanging jewelry…
Marnie albertus saved to Quick Saves
You'd never know by looking at it, but this charming cherry chest bypasses traditional mortise and tenon joinery in favor of a unique combination of rabbet and lap joints. These options make the chest easier to build without compromising strength. A finishing scheme of both paint and clear finish also lends a handsome effect to this project. It's sure to become one of those accent pieces your kids will want to inherit someday.
Conradgarrison saved to elbow grease