This table is 42 inches high, 23" deep and 60 inches long. It features a storage cabinet underneath for convenience and plenty of seating space and its made from red cedar so its beautiful as well as rot resistant so its perfect for outdoor use.
This outdoor coffee table is part of my outdoor furniture collection. If you like spending time relaxing on your deck or patio this would be a great addition! It's made from western red cedar which is a great outdoor building material due to its rot resistance and stability.
Learn the answers to the most commonly asked questions about how make cutting boards. From my years of making and filming this process I have been asked these questions and am laying out all the tips and tricks I know.
As your woodworking skills grow, so will your tool collection. The more tools you acquire the more places you need to store them safely and in some kind of system that makes sense for how you work. One way to do this is with a custom tool wall and that's what I'll show you if you keep reading below!
The simplest form of the frame and panel door is the Shaker style door known for its no-frills look, clean and simple. Keep reading and I'm going to walk you step-by-step through how I built a shaker style door.
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In this project I show you the steps to producing a large walnut end grain butcher block from rough lumber all the way to finished product. I've made hundreds of these boards and I'm sharing all the tips and tricks I know to help you be successful in making one yourself!
Check out this dust collection cart I built. This is a project you can do in one day to improve your shop's dust collection. This cart has less than a 2 sqft footprint and 3" casters making it easy to move and easy to get out of your way!