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A recent design trend is the use of reclaimed, retro, and industrial style furnishings in the home and office. While small pieces can cost several hundred dollars, you can make some simple items like wall shelving out of black or galvanized steel pipe and fittings for less than $30. If you want a more industrial look, you can leave the pipe unfinished or you can paint the pipe to match your décor. Black iron piping is readily available and can be made into various configurations to fit your...
Published by Daniel Snyder 69 months ago in Woodworking & Furniture | +10 votes | 6 comments
One of the hardest skills to learn for the novice woodworker is how to make good solid joints. The success or failure of any woodworking project hinges on the woodworker's ability to join the pieces together to form solid joints. This skill is known as joinery. The best approach to learning joinery is the hands on approach. The project described in this article will allow you to master the most common of all joinery techniques, the forming of Butt Joints, mitered joints and lap joints.
Published by Jerry Walch 70 months ago in Woodworking & Furniture | +11 votes | 6 comments
Having the right tools for the job distinguishes the pro from the wannabe woodworker. Having the right drill bits for the job makes the job go faster and results look more professional.
Published by Jerry Walch 83 months ago in Woodworking & Furniture | +10 votes | 4 comments
The reader will discover how to make relatively inexpensive woods look like luxury woods through the use of dyes and stains.
Published by Jerry Walch 107 months ago in Woodworking & Furniture | +7 votes | 4 comments
Published by Angie 116 months ago in Woodworking & Furniture | +3 votes | 4 comments
How to install chair rail in your room using basic carpentry skills.
Published by Daniel Snyder 75 months ago in Woodworking & Furniture | +8 votes | 3 comments
Throughout the years, the nail has had a long development starting from the first blunt, square-cut piece of iron. Today, there are numerous other types of nails, each one made to do a certain job better than the others.
Published by Athena Goodlight 76 months ago in Woodworking & Furniture | +12 votes | 3 comments
Turn an old door into a new folding table with these easy steps.
Published by Gayle Crabtree 101 months ago in Woodworking & Furniture | +4 votes | 3 comments
Guide to converting a dresser into a bathroom vanity
Published by Ron Warner 104 months ago in Woodworking & Furniture | +3 votes | 3 comments
Wondering why barn wood furniture is very popular these days? There are many benefits people can get from purchasing barn wood furniture. That is why these days they are widely out in the online world. If you are going online, you can find unlimited companies selling barn wood furniture.
Published by Rosita Barbo 83 months ago in Woodworking & Furniture | +4 votes | 2 comments
Using the Rafter Table on the framing square in conjunction with a pocket calculate allows you layout a rafter in a fraction of the time it takes to step one off using the framing square.
Published by Jerry Walch 94 months ago in Woodworking & Furniture | +3 votes | 2 comments
A good carpenter's level can cost anywhere from $10 to $150 or more depending on it length and quality. The material that the level is constructed of is important but the key to a level's accuracy is its bubble.
Published by Jerry Walch 94 months ago in Woodworking & Furniture | +4 votes | 2 comments
The layout square, known as the Speed Square, is inexpensive and one of the handiest tool you can own. The Speed Square is more than a square, it's a protractor, a Try Square, a circular saw cutting guide, and a line scribe all in one.
Published by Jerry Walch 94 months ago in Woodworking & Furniture | +4 votes | 2 comments
This factoid will teach you how to select and work with Pine as an alternative to more expensive woods when building fine woodworking projects. It also provide the reader with a link to free plans for a wall mounted lumber storage rack suitable for the small shop.
Published by Jerry Walch 107 months ago in Woodworking & Furniture | +1 votes | 2 comments
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