In issue 297 of Furniture & Cabinetmaking you’ll find plenty to inspire and inform your furniture making. In our Projects section, Israel Martin makes an oak kitchen cabinet; Thomas Eddolls builds and Arts & Crafts-style wardrobe; Brian Holcombe explains how he completed a challenging commission to make a pair of carved, upholstered chairs; Louise Biggs restores a silver tea table; Kevin Ley makes an elm occasional table; Dave Clement shows how he incorporated the Golden Ratio in a coffee table; John Bullar makes a dovetailed jewellery box; and Nicola Tessari makes a chest of drawers with a vertical grain front.
In Techniques, Mitch Peacock prepares a three-way halving joint; Paul Bignell demonstrates how to carve a simple linenfold; Richard Findley suggests ways to improve your turned spindle shapes; Brian Kawal shares his tips for better live-edge work; the team at Sjöbergs advise on how to choose and maintain a workbench; and John Bullar explains how to make the strong and attractive Kakushi-ari-kata-sanmai-hozo joint.
In Features, we celebrate the work of the Wood Awards 2020 winners; examine the investment criteria you should look at when considering taking your furniture business to the next level; discover the ideas behind branding commercial interiors; learn about a new documentary celebrating the life and craft of the legendary American woodworker George Nakashima; and find out how the 2020 Dezeen Awards trophies celebrate repurposed London plane timber.
We also have profiles of talented designer-makers Dean Watson; Vasko Sotirov; James Wesley; Piet Hein Eek; and Vonnegut/Kraft.
All this and more in issue 297 of Furniture & Cabinetmaking!
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