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A technique for fine furniture projects

A technique for fine furniture projects

  • The frame-and-panel technique works as well for fine-furniture projects, such as the mission-style nightstand illustrated in the first slide, as it does for the pine-and-perforated-panel tool stand shown in the photo.
  • Solid wood frames hide plywood edges, so you can skip the face frame or edge banding.

To help you create your own frame-and-panel furniture, we'll look at the elements that make this technique work: panels; frame joinery; frame widths; carcase-assembly tips; and methods for installing tops, bottoms, and backs.


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