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Boat Shaped Bookcase - This unique boat bookcase is sure to be a talking point in the home of any woodworker.


Bookcase - This bookcase is meant to be a tasteful alternative to other approaches. Its multipaned glass doors, exposed tenons and quarter-sawn oak construction work together to create a sense of seriousness and an air of solidity that are unusual these days.


Bookcase - A good bookcase is more than a set of shelves. It's a home for your most treasured volumes--a place to not only store and protect, but, more importantly, to display. In fact, while it may be designed to hold books, it's also the perfect place to show off photographs and collectibles.


Bookcase - This bookcase is relatively simple to build, yet will make an attractive addition to your home. It features a large space for a TV set with a shelf that slides out and swivels, three adjustable shelves, a door that covers two shelves large enough to hold records, and crown molding at the top.


Bookcase/End Table (pdf) - This end table also has shelves for storage.


Bookshelf - The design of this bookcase is simple enough to build in one day and finish over the following few evenings. It's composed of just thirteen pieces that are dadoed and screwed together, and all the joinery and shaping is done with a table saw and drill press.


Break-Down Chair - Here's a high-backed chair that breaks down flat and has no pegs or wedges to keep up with. You can get two chairs out of a 4'x8' sheet of plywood.


Byrdcliffe Cabinet - The furniture built by the Byrdcliffe Arts & Crafts Colony between 1903 and 1905 is rare, unusual and expensive. Luckily, it's cheap and easy to build at home.


Calendar Frame - This frame can be made from either hardwood, oak, maple etc. or a softwood such as pine, the back is not seen so can be any 1/8" thick plywood or a scrap of panelling. The calendar slides into the slots cut in the frame, and is removed to change the month.


Cat Tree and Scratching Post - Build a four-perch cat tree measuring 2' wide, 2' deep, and 4'-6" high. Adapted from June/July 1994 issue of PETA's ANIMAL TIMES.

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