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Here is a beautiful land of the lakes wooden chest to store blankets, lines or clothing. Layered construction makes the front panel easy to cut and paint. This woodworking plan provides full size illustrations, exploded view diagrams and instructions to make the projects shown.
These chests are ideal for both parents as well as kids because they are great for keeping toys. What better way to preserve items that you will love passing on to your children in the future, such as a baby book, photos, school report cards, art projects, and other treasures. This woodworking design includes instructions, exploded view diagrams, and full-size drawings for the projects.
Easy to assemble using reasonably priced 1x6 pine wood. The dimensions of this wooden chest are 35 inches across, 16 inches deep, and 19-1/2 inches high. Use it as a toy box or a chest for blankets. This woodworking plan includes instructions, exploded view diagrams, and full-size drawings to help you build the project.
The curved corners of this blanket chest give you more space to walk around the bed. You can adapt the design to make the chest fit a full, queen, or king-size bed. This woodworking design includes instructions, exploded view diagrams, and full-size drawings for the projects.
You will wonder what treasures this nautical style storage box is hiding inside! Enough space to accommodate blankets and other large objects owned by land lubbers! Arrgghh! This woodworking plan's parts mostly have full-scale illustrations, but not all. Make from pine that is 3/4 inch thick. When built, it will be 21-1/2 inches high, 35-1/2 inches wide, and 24 inches deep.
A traditional-looking trunk, however the construction method has been made simpler. There is only one 4 x 8 sheet of plywood needed. Resawing strips of lumber that is 3/4 inch thick produces the outer strips. The tray lifts out and glides forward and backward. The dimensions of this steamer trunk are roughly 19 inches high by 37 inches wide by 21 inches deep. Full-size images, exploded view diagrams, lumber layouts, and step-by-step directions are all included in this woodworking plan.
This Namesake Toy Chest doubles as a bench seat too. Patterns for the alphabet letters included so you can personalize the chest for the special person in your life. Plans drawn FULL SIZE.
Early furniture makers of the east coast creating a style that is style admired today, that being the Pennsylvania Dutch style. Sturdy construction blended with colorful primitive paint decoration. View the Larger Image Slideshow to see the actual item you are buying. The inspiration of this furniture piece comes from a tour of antiques by Norm in a collection belonging to the estate of Henry Dupont. Norm built his using tulip poplar.
Do not let the layered look of this blanket chest alarm you. This blanket-bearing beauty puts some craftiness in your craftsmanship as you skip the tricky raised-panel joinery in favor of an easy onlay lookalike.
Build this chest with your preferences for style and complexity in mind. The Traditional American look in mahogany requires dovetailed corner joints cut by hand or with a router jig. To simplify matters, try the Casual Contemporary version in contrasting woods such as ash and walnut, with rabbeted corners joined by screws and covered with plugs.
Keep blankets, clothing or favorite memorabilia in this old-fashioned storage chest reminiscent of the trunks the pioneers traveled with years ago. This trunk features a tray that lifts up when the lid is raised. The tray offers extra storage and helps support the open lid.
There is nothing like the fragrance of cedar. And no wood matches the durability and popularity of oak. That is why we combined the two in this mortise-and-tenon-framed storage chest. Follow our detai...
A beautiful chest in the Early American tradition. Raised panels are featured on three sides and the simple scrolled base is not too flashy. This is a very useful piece of furniture for storing any ...
There is nothing like the fragrance of cedar. And no wood matches the durability of oak. You get both in this beautiful project. Features solid mortise-and-tenon construction.
Keep fine linens and apparel protected and smelling great in this beautifully trimmed pine heirloom with aromatic cedar lining. If you wish, you can build the chest without the lining and tray. We giv...
Looking for a handsome, functional project that will not overtax your woodworking skills? Here is one, and it makes a wonderful storage or hope chest. You will find the construction of this piece stri...
A cedar chest with a touch of Americana and plenty of room to hold blankets, clothing or treasured heirlooms.
Create a family heirloom with this handsome, full-size storage piece. Features include eye-catching box joints, two accommodating drawers, and a wraparound profile molding along the base. In addition, this project article also contains the box joint jig and how to use it.
This cinch-to-build, budget-friendly project completes the traditional bedroom set. Guaranteed to be a family heirloom for years to come, the blanket chest shares the same simple construction methods, speeding your way to a full bedroom set.
This European all-wood trunk is patterned after Old World steamer trunks. Except for the lid hinges and brass pin accents, everything is wood including handles, brackets, latches and a lock.
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