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This table has many features typical of craftsman-style furniture: quartersawn oak, square spindles, and mortise and tenon joinery.
Finish information: The project was stained with a mix of 1 part General Finishes' Seal-A-Cell Golden Oak and 1 part General Finishes' Seal-A-Cell Honey Maple.
Three boxes, all exactly the same size, are designed to save space by stacking one on top of the other. Box joints hold the pieces together, and an interesting paneled lid caps off the project.
A space saving way to store magazines is upright on the shelf. Built with box joints, these old-fashioned looking magazine boxes hold and protect your prized issues.
Looking for a quick and easy weekend project? Try building these planter boxes. This box joint project makes an attractive addition to a deck or patio.
Here's a step-by-step look at building with box joints. A table saw, miter gauge, and a quick shop-built jig are all you'll need.
This unique, free standing mirror features simple lap joints and an arched top built in segments. It also folds flat on a hinged stand to be hung up out of the way.
The way to build arches is to avoid a weak cross grain joint. We show you how to do this by using several pieces and reinforcing the joints with splines.