Tag Archives: joinery

Building a Bookcase; My Approach

My current furniture project is a small bookcase made of Walnut.  I talked about my design approach and the requirements for it in my last blog.  While working away in the solitude of the shop I started thinking about why … Continue reading

Posted in custom furniture, Mortise and Tenon Joint | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Selig Chairs: My Learning Adventure

In my first post regarding these Danish Modern chairs made by the Selig company I gave a little bit of the company history.  This set, consisting of a recliner, chair, and ottoman were entrusted to me for refurbishing and they … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , | 3 Comments

Bare Faced Dovetail: Critique Requested

In my last blog I talked about the joinery considerations for the TV stand project.  After lots of research and some inquiries on the Woodweb forums I’ve decided that the joint you see pictured here is the way to go … Continue reading

Posted in HDTV Stand | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment