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It's the details that count: ball-tipped hinges, quarter-round molding, and decorative feet are just a few of the many features in this classic walnut cabinet.
You don't need an expensive router bit to make this joint. It can be made with the tools in your shop and a simple jig. We'll walk you through the procedure step-by-step.
With its Shaker-style lines, this lamp table will fit well in a variety of settings. And it's easy to build. We've even included a quick shop-made jig for tapering the legs.
Get a smooth painted finish -- without any expensive spray equipment. We'll recommend which paint to use and show you how to prepare the surface for professional results.
This tray has several design features we find appealing: a maple panel that contrasts with a narrow cherry frame, some scupted handles, and simple curved feet.
Need an extra hand? This assembly jig, sent in by Roger Balling of Santa Ana, California, uses a simple cam locking system to help you hold case pieces during assembly.