Mike Hayes’ experience as a restaurant chef informed his shop design when he built it several years ago: “In the kitchen, I had to know every day that all my tools were in the right place.
Bill Bélanger was so put off by a contactor’s estimate for a custom mirror frame that he decided to build his own.
A little extra time keeps your brush in perfect shape and protects your investment.
Learning how to properly miter-cut crown molding gives you the confidence to include this classy trim in furniture projects as well as throughout your home.
Of all the traditions in woodworking, frugality may be the most time-honored and deeply held. Two types of materials—sheet goods and hardwoods—require distinct approaches to maximize savings.
Turn ordinary tapered legs into stunners with these simple upgrades.
Good advice for boring jobs
Sand less by tackling tricky wood grains with a scraping plane.
Here are six tips to nip dings, dips, and dark spots in the bud.