Furniture and Cabinetmaking
Furniture & Cabinetmaking is the only woodworking magazine focused exclusively on fine furniture making. It reports on the latest styles, reflects the best of contemporary design, and also respects the traditions of the past, not only in the UK but worldwide. It features projects and technical articles by and for professional and non-professional designer/makers, with the aim of promoting excellence in furniture making.
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In issue 279 of Furniture & Cabinetmaking we have lots for you to enjoy. In our Projects & Techniques section, David Barron transforms a Georgian table into a smart new collector’s cabinet; Kristian Frandsen creates subtle yet stunning wooden hinges; Steve Coonick reviews Osmo Extra Thin wood finish; David Waite describes how he made a table to match his cathedral-inspired dining chairs; and Charles Mak makes a credenza for his study.
In Design & Inspiration, we have an extract from Hands Employed Aright, Joshua Klein’s new book about 19th-century furniture maker Jonathan Fisher, and John Adamson reports from the latest David Stanley tool auction. This month’s Under the Hammer looks at the top lots from Bonhams’ Oak Interior sale; Out & About heads to Maine to tour the Jonathan Fisher House; and we re-visit Robert Reid’s writing desk in An Airbrush with the Past.
As well as all this, we also have the latest News & Events; Kit & Tools; and a social media round-up.
All this and more in issue 279 of Furniture & Cabinetmaking!