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July 2016

Issue Number: 240
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Greene & Greene Server Table Woodworking Plan

Whether used as as display stand or serving table, this elegant piece brings a uniquely American style to your home. This project was inspired by a server from the Freeman Ford house in Pasadena, California, both designed in the early 20th century by brothers Henry and Charles Greene. The original server measured more than 7'-long; we shortened this version to 5' to make it more versatile.

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Indoor/Outdoor Entry Hall Storage Bench Woodworking Plan

Furniture projects don't have to be complicated to be attractive and eminently functional. Case in point: this comfortable, pleasing-to-the-eye, sturdy, and practical bench with built-in storage. It consists of only 12 parts joined together with just glue and screws. It doesn't get much simpler, or more satisfying, than that.

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WOOD Issue 240, July 2016

06.15.2016 | Wood Product
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Sliding-door Curio Cabinet Woodworking Plan

Biscuit joinery for the carcase and simple, tablesaw-cut joints for the doors and drawers make this impressive cabinet much easier to build than it first appears. The doors glide open and closed on standard drawer slides, combining smooth action with ease of installation. This stylish showcase will show off your china, collectibles, and your woodworking skills.

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WOOD Issue 240, July 2016

06.15.2016 | Wood Product

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