Free Plans from Popular
furniture for your own home, as gifts, or for profit,
can be both rewarding and very challenging. Working with
fine woods and intricate details, and then sanding and
finishing the surfaces to a consistent sheen, takes
experience and patience.
If you're not a
fine furniture type of woodworker. But, if you still want to
create some wonderful pieces, you might want to check out some
plans in country and primitive styles. You can work with
inexpensive pine or poplar and apply simple, one or two coat
color stains, or just paint your creation. Nicks, knots and
other imperfections just seem to add character to country style
furniture. Drop a hammer and you've got "distressed" wood.
Country furniture collectors love that.
Woodworking Magazine offers some great DIY plans for country
style furniture. From simple to fairly challenging these project
plans and step-by-step instructions will help you build
beautiful country style tables, cabinets, sideboards and much
more. There are even hard-to-find plans for a pencil post bed.
Country Tool & Toy Chest
Canted Wall Box
Simple Barrister Bookcases
Country Dry Sink
Traditional Entertainment Center
Martha's Vineyard Cupboard
American Cabinet & Sideboard
Pencil Post Bed
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