Furniture and Cabinetmaking
Furniture & Cabinetmaking is changing
NEW STYLE. NEW CONTENT. NEW FREQUENCY.
Furniture & Cabinetmaking is relaunching with issue 289 with a fresh, contemporary look – but the same quality content. The only woodworking magazine focused exclusively on fine furniture making will now become bi-monthly, reporting on the latest trends and styles from around the world, and sharing inspirational and thoughtful content that will boost your woodworking. Alongside this cutting-edge work, there is respect for the traditions of the past and how they can be applied in the modern workshop. Leading designer-makers share their stories in engaging features, and there are projects and technical articles for professional and non-professional furniture makers alike – all with the aim of promoting excellence in furniture making.
In this month’s issue:
In issue 290 of Furniture & Cabinetmaking you’ll find plenty to inspire and inform your furniture making. Projects include an homage to a classic Italian table; Abdollah Nafisi deconstructs the unique joinery he created for the Sussex Table; Steve Bisco carves a Renaissance-style panel; David Waite builds a curved-front cabinet; Paul Wilson gilds a claw foot; Randall A. Maxey explains all you need to know about SketchUp; Brian Holcombe makes a trestle bench with Japanese joinery; Kieran Binnie adds an oak slab top to an 18th-century style workbench; and Michael T Collins deals with the age-old problem of panel movement.
Features include a review of the Young Furniture Makers Awards; a look at the venerable oak tree; an overview of the Jacobean style; plus we have some handy tips for using social media to boost your business.
We also have profiles of talented designer-makers from the UK, US and Australia including Abdollah and Kate Nafisi of Nafisi Studio; Robert Barnby; Brian Holcombe; Joseph La Macchia; and Ben Percy.
All this and more in issue 290 of Furniture & Cabinetmaking!