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Woodworking projects for all your home improvement needs.

  1. How to Build an Adirondack Chair

    Learn how to build a classic wooden Adirondack chair. With clear, detailed photos and drawings you'll learn how to cut the graceful curves that make this chair so comfortable to sit in.

Other Projects for DIYers from The Family Handyman:

  1. How to Build a Porch Swing

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    Enjoy the gentle sway of a porch swing on a summer night. With these clear how-to instructions and photos, you can build a classic porch swing in a weekend.

  2. How To Build a Classic Floor-To-Ceiling Bookcase

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    Recreate the mid-19th century, Greek Revival period of American architectural history with this floor to ceiling hardwood bookcase.

  3. How to Build a Bench

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    The sloped seat and backrest make this easy-to-build bench comfortable to sit in and perfect for a backyard deck, patio or firepit. Detailed, clear photos show construction details.

  4. How to Build a Garden Bench

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    Assemble this attractive, comfortable garden bench. We show you how to build it so it's strong and durable, using a simple biscuit joinery technique.

  5. How to Build a Small Bench

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    Carpenters, painters, plumbers, electricians and homeowners: give your back and knees a break with this portable, easy-to-build seat/step stool/tool box/work surface. It will make long work days go easier.

  6. Simple Modern Computer Desk

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    This sleek computer desk has the look of a contemporary classic, but it can be built in a weekend with basic carpentry tools and minimal carpentry experience.

  7. How to Build Mudroom Lockers

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    Neaten up your mudroom with these simple, hide-the-mess lockers. Behind every door is storage for coats, boots, a backpack, hats and other odds and ends.

  8. Simple Storage Cabinet

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    This wall-mounted storage cabinet is designed with simple joints and attractive, classic details. You can make it in just a few hours with a table saw and a drill.

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