Archive for the ‘Furniture’ Category

55 gallon drum BBQ grill

55 gallon drum BBQ grill

Now that summer is here, it’s time to head outdoors and cook your kill like a real caveman.
These free vintage DIY plans show you how make a charcoal BBQ grill out of a 30 or 55 gallon drum.
Cook up a big steak and it tastes good.
Why pay “the man” $100 for his grilling rig [...]

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Ironing board diy woodworking project

Ironing board diy woodworking project

Get your ironing done the old fashioned way with a real wood ironing board like grandma used to use. They sure are more heavy and sturdier than those cheap chinese ones at the big box store.
Grab a stack of wood from the lumber yard , then cut out and dowel-together this bad boy and your [...]

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Gun cabinet diy woodworking plans

Gun cabinet diy woodworking plans

Show everybody you are a second amendment supporter with a custom wood gun cabinet to store your prized shotguns, rifles, handguns, cannons, anti-aircraft guns, gatling guns, bazookas, ak-47s, and whatever else might yank your crank.
The first thing to consider when deciding to build a gun cabinet is to make sure there is ample room for [...]

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Colonial flip top table vintage diy woodworking project

Colonial flip top table vintage diy woodworking project

Built of bird’s-eye maple,
this Colonial table is sure to
draw compliments for the
craftsmanship that
took place in your shop.
With space at a premium in most
Colonial homes, the local cabinetmaker
was frequently called upon
to build a piece of furniture that
performed more than one function.
This table is typical of such pieces.
In addition to its basic role, it was
often used—with the [...]

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Rolling barbecue cart diy woodworking project

Rolling barbecue cart diy woodworking project

Here’s a good weekend woodworking project.
Make a custom bbq cart as unique as your barbecue brisket. You won’t find this handy rig in any big box store! Build it yourself and save.
All the tools of the barbecue art are right at hand in
this weather-resistant cart. You even have an outlet
for such items as an electric [...]

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Abraham Lincoln footstool diy project

Abraham Lincoln footstool diy project

Lincoln bought his Springfield, IL
home for $1,500, in 1844, from
the pastor who married him and
Mary Todd. Now restored by the
state, it houses many authenticated
Lincoln belongings, such as this
historic cane and walnut footstool.
CLICK HERE to download and print these plans(pdf format)

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