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  1. DIY Wood Side Table with Leather Magazine Rack

    wood side table with leather magazine rack

    How to build a modern wood side table with leather magazine rack. The project is assembled with Beadlock floating tenons. The mortises for these tenons are easy to form with the Rockler Beadlock Pro Jig.

    This project was designed and built by Chelsea and Logan from Making Manzanita.

    Logan and Chelsea
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  2. DIY Bathroom Vanity Project Plan

    painted white bathroom vanity with three drawers

    How to build a bathroom vanity cabinet. This cabinet project will teach you how to build a face frame cabinet with frame-and-panel doors and drawers. There are several Rockler woodworking jigs used to make building this vanity much easier.

    This project was designed and built by Stevie from Built by Stevie.

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  3. Benchtop Tool Cart Plan

    Compact benchtop tool cart

    This mobile work station will give your benchtop tools the "home base" that they deserve. The substantial cabinet on wheels raises the top of most benchtop table saws to a comfortable 36" working height. Behind the table saw there's a full-size router table that you can build with pocket-hole joinery. The router table also acts as a useful outfeed table for the table saw. This rolling work station is designed to be easy to build, even for a beginning woodworker.

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  4. DIY Closet Makeover Project: Built-In Display Case and File Cabinet

    Stefani Terry with Closet Makeover

    Turn a tiny, unorganized closet into a beautiful built-in file cabinet and display cabinet.

    This closet is in our home office, and it was nothing more than junk storage. We now have five sturdy shelves for books, two large file cabinet drawers and one smaller drawer for miscellaneous office supplies. Every closet has different dimensions, so exact part dimensions are not included, but you can take the concept and construction techniques from this closet build and apply it to your own.

    Project design and plan by Stefani Terry from Home With Stefani.

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  5. Bird Feeder Project Plan

    modern bird feeder with cardinal

    Learn how to make a bird feeder. This free DIY modern-style bird feeder features an easy-to-open roof that makes it easy to fill or clean the bird seed bin. We used white oak, a naturally weather resistant wood, to make this bird feeder. You could substitute another weather resistant wood if you prefer. This free bird feeder project plan includes illustrations, instructions and step-by-step photos.

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  6. Media Cabinet with Cane Webbing Doors

    media cabinet

    Cane webbing has been used in furniture making for centuries. Rattan cane is exceptionally durable, making it a good choice for heavy-duty applications, such as chair seats. Cane webbing can also be used as a panel material in doors or cabinet backs, adding an interesting texture to a project. In this case we used sheets of traditional cane weave as the door panels in this console cabinet.
    This project also incorporates Beadlock floating tenons to join the base parts.

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  7. Three Tier Plant Stand Project Plan

    three tier plant stand

    This three tiered planter stand project is great for kitchen countertops or balconies. It’s small footprint and folding capabilities allow for easy storage when not in use. The stand is made entirely from African Mahogany which is naturally resistant decay and infestations.
    Each of the three boxes uses less than three feet of lumber with a dado near the bottom to accept the ¼” piece of the same species. Joined together with box joints that will ensure strength and integrity for years to come.
    A nice coat of Tung oil brings out the grain pattern and gives the mahogany a rich natural hue as well as protect it from the harsh seasonal elements.

    Project design and plan by Char Miller-King from The Wooden Maven.

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  8. Table Saw Accessories Storage Cabinet

    Bevelish Creations Table Saw Cabinet

    Not having tools stored close by where they’re most commonly used results in a lot of wasted time. This has been especially true for my table saw accessories. So, it’s finally time for me to build some storage to keep those accessories close to my table saw. And of course, the most obvious place to do this is the empty space under my table saw extension table.

    Project design and plan by Alex from Bevelish Creations.

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