Gallery Goodness, 25th April 2018

Our gallery continues to receive a steady flow of absolutely wonderful things. Take a look; maybe you’ll find something to spark your imagination!


Spoons by Larry Roberts

Spoons by Larry Roberts

First hand tool project, for my biggest fans, mom and wife.


Night Stand Table by Danny Marchese

Night Stand Table by Danny Marchese


Blanket Chest by Chuck Brack

Blanket Chest by Chuck Brack

I used ash and walnut to make this paneled blanket chest. All the materials were one inch thick. The bottom was drop in and held in place by cleats that it was attached to with screws. The joinery was primarily mortise and tenon. For the finish I used 2-3 coats of clear Danish oil so the natural colors of the wood could show through.


Wallclock by Kurt Schultz

Wallclock by Kurt Schultz

Meranti wood. Shellac. Burnished with polissoir and wax.


Joiner's Mallet by Reagan Herman

Joiner’s Mallet by Reagan Herman

A mallet from oak. Made for a friend.


Dovetail Box by James Light

Dovetail Box by James Light

Dovetail box of Wild Cherry and Black Walnut wood to hold my Ashley Isles chisels my wife got me for Christmas.


Coat Rack by Zdenko Tudor

Coat Rack by Zdenko Tudor

Spurce with teak knobs. Left out the top rail to reveal the joinery instead.


Dovetail Box by Zdenko Tudor

Dovetail Box by Zdenko Tudor

Pine


Carrying Tote by Zdenko Tudor

Carrying Tote by Zdenko Tudor

Repurposed old ikea drawers


Workbench by Zdenko Tudor

Workbench by Zdenko Tudor

Spruce


Leaning Wall Shelf by Zdenko Tudor

Leaning Wall Shelf by Zdenko Tudor

Construction grade spruce


Shaker Stool by Zdenko Tudor

Shaker Stool by Zdenko Tudor

Leftovers from workbench build, spruce. Vinegar & steel finish


Bookends by Zdenko Tudor

Bookends by Zdenko Tudor

Construction grade spruce


Small Pine Table by Anthony Greitzer

Small Pine Table by Anthony Greitzer

Small Pine Table by Anthony Greitzer


Breadboard-end Cutting Board by mercified

Breadboard-end Cutting Board by mercified

hard maple; mineral oil & beeswax


Coffee Table by Doug Finch

Coffee Table by Doug Finch

The lower is pine, the top is reclaimed walnut flooring


Sofa Table by MIKE OBRYAN

Sofa Table by MIKE OBRYAN

Red Oak Sofa Table. Shellac finish


Bedside Cabinet by Harvey H Kimsey

Bedside Cabinet by Harvey H Kimsey


Workbench by Stephen Marchesani

Workbench by Stephen Marchesani

Started with roughsawn old lumber infested with powder post beetles. Took 3+ months of nights and weekends. I have never been prouder of a singular achievement. Only used the tools on the bench. Thank you, Mr. Sellers.


Stepladder by MAISGREGORIO

Stepladder by MAISGREGORIO

Ash with 3 coats of Arm-R-Seal.


Chest of Drawers by Michael

Chest of Drawers by Michael

Made for my daughter. I finished it a bit late, she’s now 5 months, but I’m proud to have built every single furniture in her bedroom.


Workbench by Mr Teroo

Workbench by Mr Teroo


Coat Rack by Ryan O'Hayre

Coat Rack by Ryan O’Hayre

Oak back, Ash top and sapele pegs


Table by Benoît Thomoux

Table by Benoît Thomoux

Spruce base and pine top. Finished with milk paint and wax


Workbench by Jonathan Ard

Workbench by Jonathan Ard

Pine from Lowe’s. Made mine a little less wide and deep to better fit my space.


Everyday Cabinet by andrewbrunsdon

Everyday Cabinet by andrewbrunsdon

Made from pine and finished with chalk paint, Shellac and wax. Top is silvertop ash.


If you would like to submit a picture to the gallery, please use the submissions form, and remember, there are plenty more projects to see in the galleries, so do have a look at the menu at the top of the website.

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