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In issue 306 of Furniture & Cabinetmaking you’ll find plenty to inspire and inform your furniture making.
In our Projects section, Thomas Eddolls makes an extending dining table; Germán Peraire converts a cherry log into a chest of drawers; Israel Martin makes a wall storage unit for his kitchen; Louise Biggs restores an upholstered sofa; Mitch Peacock makes a quarter circle box from firewood; Colwin Way combines spindle turning, faceplate work and joinery to make a small oak table; Di A Vicelli makes a veneered deckchair and matching table; John Bullar designs a table inspired by Gimson and Barnsley; Kevin Ley creates a striking chest from walnut and cedar of Lebanon; Oli Renison builds a set of oak bookcases including quadrant sections and subtle LED lighting; and Jim Bennett makes a matching drawer unit for his Shaker-inspired writing desk..
In Techniques, Johan Roudy demonstrates how to carve a pierced panel; Michael T Collins explains why secret mitred dovetails are ideal for box making; and Daniel Graham reveals his clever solution for joining end grain to side grain.
In Features, we visit the Wharton Esherick museum; and we learn how a Suffolk home incorporates sustainable design.
We also have profiles of talented designer-makersDallas Gara; Oli Renison (Blackteaonesugar); and Dom Dudkiewicz.
All this and more in issue 306 of Furniture & Cabinetmaking!
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