Monthly Archives: June 2012
Built this basket as a trial run for a Laundry room work bench. It came out nice, but I want to change the design before I build six of them.
This piece features a pedestal base built to resemble the magnificent anchor-beams found in the early Dutch barns of Pennsylvania. Designed to withstand the significant spreading forces placed on them by the enormous roof, the fully housed mortise and tenon … Continue reading
Designed with simple elegance in mind, the gentle arches create both the skirt and the legs of this streamlined beauty. Streaked in blue, the pine top for this table features beveled corners, and the best boards hand selected from the … Continue reading
Laid out to look like the structure of a barn door, the beetle kill pine top on this table sits on heavy, square-post legs. Finished with several coats of Watco Danish oil and natural clear wax, this cozy table finely … Continue reading
It is no secret that the beetle infestation of Colorado’s forests has left a huge quantity of dead trees lying in the forest rotting away. This chunky table does its best to put some of this otherwise undesirable wood to … Continue reading
The old plywood sides on the trailer were failing and looking a little rough, so we decided on an overhaul. What could be better to use than some 1×6 beetle kill pine?