#farmtable#Sawtoothcraftsman#farmfurniture . Do you need that farm table to put your turkey on this Thanksgiving? We have it for you by the up and rising wood Craftsman in the area, Sawtooth Craftsman. This 6 x 3 feet table is ready to deliver. $50.00 off purchase price if purchased before Thanksgiving.
Happy Saturday! It's 39°F here in Georgia, and the sun is out! Here is the 30-minute #organizationstation that i cobbled together out of scrap and a little paint. I've been super scattered lately, and keep misplacing my keys and/or wallet, so I decided to clean up a little and make a place in my shop to, empty my pockets and hang my keys on the way inside. Everything about this project was made from what was laying around. Plywood from an earlier project, cedar cutoffs, and a little metal box that my wife had (which pretty much determined the dimensions). Left over spray paint, and i got the key hook at Hobby Lobby. Its a little rough around the edges, but I wanted it to look a little rustic and worn. Table saw, @ridgidpowertools 18v jigsaw, palm router, glue, and my pin nailer. 30 minutes later and I'm not cussing at myself anymore in the morning when I can't find my keys!
Can any American Insta followers assist me in identifying what period/style/area this piece of furniture may come from? I photographed this piece at the Louis Bolduc house in St Genevieve, Missouri. The guide told me that it wasn’t original to the house but couldn’t tell me much more. The reason I ask is that many years ago I purchased a similar piece of furniture from a lady in Sydney who said that it was American in origin but again was vague about anything else. I don’t have a picture of my piece (as I am not in Australia at the moment) but as soon as I saw this I immediately thought of my shelves/cupboard. 🤔🤓👍 #americanfurniture#antiques#oldfurniture#antique#antiquefurniture#rustic#farmfurniture#vintage#shelves#cupboard#americanantiques
Happy Wednesday! Everyone's always a a little nervous when the inspector is on the jobsite, looking and sniffing around under things while I'm trying to work! I'll let you know how it goes. 😰 In the meantime, I'm loving this fall weather and these cooler temps!
Happy Monday! I'm down to the last 10 trays, and I am loving the grain and color on this one! In other exciting news, I had to go to Home Depot first thing this morning, and it was 38°F!! I actually wore a jacket! Oh, and I'm starting on a semi-modern writing desk today. Hope y'all have wonderful, crisp Fall days!
#tbt The chill in the air has reminded me of why I love building in the Fall, which is the time of year this table was made! I love this table top for a lot of reasons: the gray and copper colors, the grain of the cedar, and the reminder of when I had fewer tools, and maybe a little more creativity LOL. In this picture, at this stage, the bread boards we're dry fitted with beadlock Pro tenon stock, but not yet drilled. There was no poly on the table yet, and we hadn't even started on the base. I had no assembly tables, and did most of my work out in the driveway. I didn't have a jointer at this time, so we used a table saw jig to square and joint the edges. But it turned out great and I'm still so grateful for the challenges, which are really just opportunities to learn.
Two new creations! A bench for my entry way/mudroom and a multi purpose table for my fermentation workshop. I've done very little of this sort of thing but I'm happy how they came out. Of course I made a myriad of errors but they do stand up so that is something These are sanded but not as yet stained or painted. Will do that soon. I want them to tell me what works for them but that is still being worked out. Hope to do more of this sort of thing in the future. #farmfurniture#farmwoodworking
We purchased this 100 year old dresser back in 2013! For five years, I’ve been walking past it, with every intention to give it a fresh life with some paint.
Color isn’t for everyone but it is for me and this piece of furniture! It’s amazing how much character a paint change has brought to our foyer area. And I love the bronze/gold knobs that I didn’t have to do a thing to.
Would you ever have a piece of furniture in your home that is this blue?
Paint details: I did a 50/50 ratio, mixing Waverly Chalk Paint from @walmart in the colors Ocean and Peacock. Then I gave it a finishing clear coat with Waverly wax.
#fridayintroductions | Hi, I'm Jeremy! It's been a while since I did one of these, but I've picked up a few new followers and would like to re-introduce myself! THANKS SO MUCH for following along; I am profoundly grateful! I'm always fascinated to learn a little more about the folks that I follow, so I thought I'd tell y'all a little about myself. ...
I'm originally from Texas, but now live in Georgia with my wife and kids. I am a part-time woodworker. My #jobjob is in sports ministry and community outreach at our church in Atlanta. Before woodworking, I was a highschool Engilsh and History teacher for a lot of years. I primarily learned to build by working with my grandfather, who was and is extrordinarily handy. Reading is my absolute favorite thing to do when I have time, and I listen to audiobooks everyday. I also love to go camping, backpacking, and being outside in general. I drink a lot of coffee, and my favorite food is hot wings, extra crispy. I love to build anything that has to do with people gathering together: dining tables, decks, kitchen islands, coffee tables, benches...basically anything that encourages people to sit down, relax, have a drink, and tell some stories. That's about all there is to know about me...
.. What about you? Please say hi in the comments and tell me something about yourself!
I work with a lot of 6x6 beams in many of my builds. Sometimes they are solid, sometimes they are lamination, but either way I rely heavily on my @ridgidpowertools 12" dual bevel slider to power through the cuts I need to make. On this particular beam, I had to make half the cut, and then flip it over and carefully align it to finish the job for this miter. Having the 12" blade is also great for crown moulding work on finish jobs that I sometimes do.
Loving the cozy vibes in this shot! Won't be too long before it's time to make a fire at night! 🔥 I like the all the oversized iron hardware that keeps this tray in keeping with the antique trunk that it sits upon-- a perfect place to keep the coasters and remotes! Hope y'all have a great night!
Here's an EXTREME #throwback to one of the very first Jericho Home tables out there. This was probably the second table I ever sold, and i was soooooo nervous on delivery day! I was nervous about the color, the way the chairs would look around it, whether or not it was going to fly out out of the back of the truck! 😂😂😂 All was well, and I've made a lot of tables since then! Hope y'all have a great night!!