Gallery Goodness, 11th June 2019

We have a great selection of photos for you today. They feature project designs of Paul’s from across the years, adaptations of those designs given a new spin and several entirely new pieces.


Laptop Desk by Stijn Bossuyt

Laptop Desk by Stijn Bossuyt

Desktop computer desk, loosely based on the laptop desk design. Made from oak.


Mobile Table by Matt Sims

Mobile Table by Matt Sims

I made this a couple of years ago, as a “mobile island” for our new kitchen. Baskets, top, wheels, side steel rails, and drawer handles were bought, but all of the wood used is reclaimed. I’m sending it now because it is so similar to Paul’s current project, the “moving table” in general appearance, size and construction that it seems wrong not to send it in!


Mailbox Post by Kim Dufore

Mailbox Post by Kim Dufore

Mailbox through tenon’s draw bore


Cam Clamp by Ryan O'Hayre

Cam Clamp by Ryan O’Hayre

Used old harbor freight bar and sapele cutoffs


Cloakroom Cupboard by Wim Leplae

Cloakroom Cupboard by Wim Leplae

Cloakroom cupboard from pine, based on the book shelves design. Finished with tung oil.


Bedside Table by Paul Bowes

Bedside Table by Paul Bowes

bedside tables, maple, dutch oil, shellac


Tool Drawer Organiser by Paul Rowell

Tool Drawer Organiser by Paul Rowell

Pine carcass, not sure what the drawer fronts are, they were salvaged from an old set of drawers


Keepsake Box by btyreman

Keepsake Box by btyreman

Keepsake Box made from flamed Meranti for the sides and feet and redwood pine for the panels, finished with de-waxed shellac, the light/dark wood contrast was deliberate.


Bookshelves by Ermir Agaci

Bookshelves by Ermir Agaci

Book case. Spruce panel, water based dye, water based varnish. The joints are stopped housing dados and a few wedged tenons.


Workbench by James Fisher

Workbench by James Fisher

Largely made from lumber salvaged from discarded fixtures, which were covered in grey paint, from my employer. The wellboard is of ash from one of the fifteen trees cut down in my yard that were killed by the emerald ash borer beetle. You can see stacks of the lumber drying in the background of the photo.


Wheelbarrow by Denis

Wheelbarrow by Denis

European oak and coated with Sikkens light oak


Garden Bench by Sandy O'Neal

Garden Bench by Sandy O’Neal

Garden Bench made from Pine


Keepsake Box by jefrog1844

Keepsake Box by jefrog1844

Walnut & Oak Keepsake Box


How To Table by Nap made

“How To” Table by Nap made

Table made using “How To Make A Table” with no tapered legs. The top is sapele and quarter sawn white oak. The apron and legs are quarter sawn white oak. Draw bore pegs in breadboard ends. Finished with Walrus oil (mixture of food safe oils).


Sofa Server by Alexander Mahmoud Helmy

Sofa Server by Alexander Mahmoud Helmy

Sofa server made of cedar, danish oil finished. It was a gift for a friend, she preferred straight legs.


Blanket Chest by Edward Suter

Blanket Chest by Edward Suter

Soft (western) maple and Alder, cedar bottom. Two coats of dewaxed shellac, two coats of polymerized linseed oil ( “tried and true”) beeswax.


Breadbox by Nathan Fletcher-Jones

Breadbox by Nathan Fletcher-Jones

This was made for a customer.


Laptop Desk by Andrew Konopitski

Laptop Desk by Andrew Konopitski

4/4 Sapele, modified the design a little. First furniture project, thanks Paul and team!


Thank you to everyone who has sent a picture in!

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2 Comments

  1. Robert Hobbs on 14 June 2019 at 1:57 pm

    WORKBENCH BY JAMES FISHER
    Bench looks great.
    How wide are your aprons? Are the on same plane as legs? Did you use dowels to secure rather than metal bolts?

  2. timothy pearson on 15 June 2019 at 5:32 pm

    THANKS TO EVERYONE FOR INSPIRATION AS IM ABOUT TO BOARD A FLIGHT AND WANTED SOMETHING TO LOOK AT WHILE FLYING AND TRY BUILDING SOMETHING BESIDES BIRDHOUSES

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