This Do-it-yourself projects category features a collection of DIY woodworking plans to build a wide variety of chairs for your home, from woodworking related web sites. The woodworkers construction information found on these sites range in quantity and quality. Similarly listed products will allow you to compare prices from different online woodworking supply retailers.
This chair is special due to its wraparound shape and elegant curves. All common lumber sizes are utilised in this chair. With our Cozy Garden Bench W2305 and our Cozy Garden Table W2347, this chair is the perfect complement project. Three separate plans are offered. Full-size images, exploded view diagrams, lumber layouts, and step-by-step directions are all included in this woodworking plan.
These picnic or camping chairs collapse to the smallest size we have ever seen. So small you can store them in the bottom of a canoe. Yet when assembled, they are very comfortable. Kids like to use the small size for playing video games or watching TV. Easy to make from 3/4 inch thick lumber. The small chair measures 22 inches high with an 11-1/2 inch wide seat. Large chair measures 27 inches tall with a 14 inch wide seat. This woodworking plan provides full size illustrations, exploded view diagrams and instructions to make the projects shown.
This bench has a highly distinctive appearance because to its elegant curves and wraparound design. For garden talks, construct two benches and position them across from one another. Indoor use of this bench is also possible. Ideal for a hallway, entryway, or beside to a fireplace. The Cozy Garden Chair W2321 and the Cozy Garden Table W2347 are great companion pieces for this chair.
When children need a time out, they will know exactly where to sit and for how long. From the chair's back, you can adjust the clock's arms. A storage area beneath the seat provides access to toys and literature. This woodworking design includes instructions, exploded view diagrams, and full-size drawings for the projects.
This hall chair is a companion piece to our upholstered hall bench and offers a practical location to sit and take off boots or shoes. Straight back designs save valuable hallway or entryway space. For added comfort, there are instructions on how to install upholstery. The chair has a seat height of 16 inches and stands about 35 inches tall. This woodworking design includes instructions, exploded view diagrams, and full-size drawings for the projects.
This cozy glider may be made in your home workshop with a few simple curve cuts and straight cuts. It is not necessary to steam bend the back rest components for this project, as you might see in other cosy glider chairs. Along with other standard hardware components, you require sixteen bearings with an interior diameter of 5/16 and an exterior diameter of 7/8 inches.
Three foldout steps let you safely climb up to reach those high places. When you are finished, the steps fold in on one another. With the steps folded in, the project is very compact for easy storing or use it as a handy sitting stool. Slot in top makes the project easy to grasp in one hand and carry where it’s needed.
Chairs can be some of the most challenging projects to make. They have to be constructed correctly, have strength as well as visual appeal. Norm finds this one in a collection of antiques while in the Deerfield region of central Massachusetts. Back at the workshop he makes a true reproduction. View the Larger Image Slideshow to see the actual paper plan you are buying.
The plan says: You will have fun building these well designed chairs. The enclosed pattern provides complete directions for making both an adult as well as child size chair. It also provides patterns for building the chairs with or without arms. If used as a dining room set, stain or finish natural. Paint or enamel for use out-of-doors.
Believed to have originated with William Morris, father of the English Arts and Crafts movement, the so-called Morris chair combines comfort with simply stated good looks. True to form, our version ...
We even tell how to make the cushions! Believed to have originated with William Morris, father of the English Arts and Crafts movement, the so-called Morris chair combines comfort with simply stated good looks. True to form, our version features loose cushions, curved arms, and an adjustable back. A separate downloadable plan is available for the matching coffee table and ottoman.
This classic Arts and Crafts furniture piece uses easy, straightforward construction methods, like wide rails from the rear to front legs instead of the typical multitude of spindles. So there will not be near as many mortise drilling as usual. And the gentle curves of the wide arms is easily achieved with a shop made jig you will make.. we show show you all the how-to details.
The distinguished-looking table you have just completed cries out for four, six, or eight of these mission-simple chairs. Mortise-and-tenon joinery makes for rock-solid construction, and our padded-seat...
Who says you can not make a great concept even better? Craftsmen have been incorporating the folding-leg concept into their designs since ancient Egyptian times, but there have not been many that look...
We have been compiling the most comprehensive directory of internet woodworking information since 1998.
Our daily updates include new pre-approved, hand-selected DIY project resources. We do a lot of effort to ensure that our database only includes safe, correct woodworking designs for hobby crafters and woodworkers.