Once you get into woodworking, there’s a good chance you’re going to want to replace all the store-bought furniture in our houses and replace it with custom-made pieces that will last a lifetime. And sometimes store-bought furniture doesn't fit the space quite right or doesn't have all the options you need. Don't let the size of larger woodworking projects intimidate you. If you can make a small box you can make furniture you need for your home. Here’s a collection of tutorial videos of pieces I've made for my house.
Beauty doesn’t mean complicated. Learn how to easily make this dining table.
Making a custom desk out of walnut and plywood.
Build the perfect office accessory using fabric, foam rubber, walnut and your own ingenuity.
How to make a mid-century modern console to hide all those wires from modern tech devices.
Making a pair of walnut file cabinets out of plywood and solid wood.
Making a drop leaf kitchen table out of walnut.
I designed this queen size platform bed based on lumber that can be purchased at your local home center.
How to make a collapsible bookcase for traveling. That’s right, for traveling.
This was a fun project where I wanted to take a traditional style table and modernize it with some pop art inlay.
Making a simple bench using a live edge walnut slab.
Making a modern style wood record crates.
How to make a kitchen cart with removable top shelf that turns into a serving tray.
How to make a bed that folds up into the wall.
Making a stereo cabinet with a turntable dust cover and record storage.
How to make a matching pair of corner cabinets with removable glass doors.
How to make a coffee table with a lift top mechanism.
This mid century modern influenced cabinet is made from baltic birch plywood and walnut plywood.