Solid-Oak Tapered Display Tower Woodworking Plan
Inspired by a Roycroft design from the early 1900s, this version replaces traditional through-tenon joinery with thoroughly modern and easy-to-do biscuits. What appear to be wedged through-tenons are actually glued-on false tenons. Up top, a blank drawer front blends into the design so well you might not know it's there, until you learn the secret to opening it. A perfect piece of your Arts and Crafts collection.
Overall Dimensions: 20" wide by 18" deep by 61" tall.
WOOD Issue 199, September 2010