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All drawings are to scale, have appropriate joinery and are drawn using components so that the SketchUp Model can be exploded apart for detail sizing and analysis.  The rendered pictures were done using Kerkythea rendering software.  All drawings are available for download.

Dining & Living Room


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Artisan China / Display Cabinet

Here's an Artisan China / Display Cabinet featuring an arched top and doors. The overall dimensions are 74h x 36w x 14d.

Arts and Crafts Antique Bar

This early 1900s cabinet is done in an Arts & Craft or Mission style.  It's probable use was as a side bar.  The original was made from Oak and the joinery is all mortise and tenon.  The upper door on the left has beveled glass and there is a beveled mirror on the right.

Arts and Crafts Curved Buffet

This small buffet is done in an Arts & Craft style.  The curved sides and legs are distinctive. This piece would look better in Cherry rather than Oak. The construction uses mortise and tenon joinery.

Arts and Crafts Pie Safe Buffet

This small buffet made in Oak is done in an Arts & Craft style with flared sides and leaded stained glass in door inserts.

Arts and Crafts Mission China Cabinet

Here's a mix of Arts & Craft and Mission style China Cabinet.  The front and sides of the upper hutch are glass and the back of the hutch has a mirror.  As expected this Mission style cabinet has extensive mortise and tenon joinery.

Arts and Crafts Oak Bureau Bookcase

Here's an unusual Arts & Crafts bookcase/desk.  There is a gallery behind the drop down door and the upper cabinet has a glazed stained glass door.  Circa 1900 

Arts and Crafts Oak Sideboard

Here's an unusual Arts & Crafts sideboard in quarter sawn Oak dating to circa 1900.  The construction uses mortise and tenon joinery.

Asian - Arts & Crafts Cabinet

This is a combination of two diverse element styles, an Arts and Crafts cabinet that appears to ‘float’ inside a curved Asian frame. This piece uses Cherry wood with Arts and Crafts style hardware.

Bow Front China - Curio Cabinet

This is a replica of an antique China - Curio cabinet with glass shelves from the early 1900s. The cabinet has 2 small display shelves and a mirror on top. Overall dimensions are 5 1/2 feet tall and 3 feet wide.

Canterbury Stand

This is a Canterbury defined as a low, open topped stand with slatted partitions, and a drawer beneath, sometimes with short legs on casters, designed for holding sheet music. Originally found in England during the 1780s.  The modern version would be a magazine rack.

Colonial China Cabinet

This is a small but functional China Cabinet of Early American  style that I made in the late 70's.  The design for the cabinet came from an article that appeared in a mid-1970s Popular Mechanics magazine.  The cabinet now sits in my Daughter's home.

Country Dry Sink

This Dry Sink appeared in Popular Woodworking magazine.

Country Wine Buffet

Here's a good example of a solidly constructed Wine Buffet. The legs are flared to give it a unique look. There is a mirror in the top section with a stemware rack under the shelf and a center wine bottle rack. The construction uses mortise and tenon joinery.

Craftsman-Mission Console Table

A Craftsman-Mission style cabinet.  The sides are paneled and tapered and the top has a large side overhang.  Construction is done with mortise and tenon.

Curved Back Chair

Here's an Oak chair with a curved back modern look. The chair is drawn with mortise and tenon joinery.

Dry Sink

This is the version of the Early American Dry Sink that I built in the early 1970s and can be seen in my "Projects" page.  The sides are made from solid wood and the cabinet provides ample storage.


Dutch Colonial Cupboard

This is a very tall Dutch colonial cupboard in mahogany with a deep flaring cornice with an ebony molded edge. The double doors are constructed with fielded panels, surrounded by a molded ebony edge. The doors are flanked by carved ebony pilasters.  Construction uses mortise and tenon joinery with dovetail drawers. Circia 1880 from India

East Indies Wine Buffet

Here's another good example of a solidly constructed wine buffet.  Construction uses mortise and tenon joinery with dovetail drawers. The sides have a raised panel.

Entertainment Center (wall unit)

Here's a wall unit entertainment center large enough for a 42" TV.  The overall dimensions are 94' wide 74" tall and 24" deep.  The plan can be modified larger or smaller to fit any TV or wall.

Federal Corner Sideboard

This is an example of a rare Mahogany Chippendale/Federal Corner Sideboard of Highly figured mahogany and Inlay, c. 1800.  The front drawers and doors follow the curve of the rounded front. The joinery is mortise & tenon and dovetail.

Federal Mahogany Sideboard

This version of a traditional Federal sideboard or server was originally made in Buffalo NY.  The front has a graceful serpentine curve with traditional Federal style legs.  The right drawer has dividers for 8 wine bottles.  The joinery is mortise & tenon and dovetail.

Finger Lakes Server Sideboard

I named this sideboard after the Upstate New York Finger Lakes region. The design has unique curved side legs that fit into feet.  The construction mortise and tenon joinery. There are 4 larger drawers and a small upper center drawer.

Fireplace Mantel

This is a mantel that I designed and built for our home.  It was made in Oak.  The construction notes for this project can be found on the Projects page.

Foyer-Hall Sideboard

This cabinet makes a great accent as a Foyer Sideboard or Console Cabinet.  There are three progress sized drawers that are flanked by 2 cabinet doors.  The joinery is mortise & tenon and dovetail.

Hepplewhite 2 Drawer Buffet

This is a Hepplewhite style buffet or side table.   Hepplewhite furniture dates from about 1780-1810. It is a neoclassic style and falls within the Federal Period in the United States.  This buffet has a slide out serving tray and has joinery of mortise & tenon and dovetail.

Honeoye End Table

This end table was designed and built for our lake house on Honeoye Lake. Although the SketchUp drawing was done using mortise and tenon joinery, I built the table using pocket screw joinery.  The table was built using popular wood and stained.

Hoosier Hutch - Painted Pine

Here is a cabinet and hutch in a Hoosier style. Made from Pine and painted a milk red with classic mortise and tenon and dovetail joinery.

Hoosier Style Kitchen Cabinet

This cabinet is designed after an early style "Hoosier" kitchen backer's cupboard.  The cupboard is made with traditional Oak and uses traditional mortise and tenon joinery.

Mission Oak 1910 Craftsman Sideboard

This is a solid Oak sideboard or server from the Arts & Crafts period, c. 1910. The upper back has a full width mirror and the bottom has 4 muntin glass doors and 3 drawers.  The cabinet uses traditional mortise and tenon joinery.

Mission Style Dining Buffet

Here is a classic mission designed Dining Buffet.  Made in Oak with classic mortise and tenon joinery.

Modern Shaker Style Entertainment Cabinet

I designed this entertainment and media cabinet in a modern Shaker style.  It's large enough to hold a 40" TV.  The two glass doors are wide enough for media component storage and there is ample drawer storage.  The dimensions are 60wx20dx83h.  The joinery is primary mortise and tenon.

Oak China Cabinet with Wine Rack

This rustic but versatile cupboard/china cabinet also sports a 16 bottle wine rack as well as ample drawer and cabinet space. The primary construction is mortise and tenon with frame and panel.

Pennsylvania Dutch Cupboard

This is a two piece Dutch cupboard, circa 1830 - 1840. Pennsylvania Dutch cupboards or "shrank" were distinctive pieces usually massive in size, occupying much of the available floor space. Either painted, or finished naturally of walnut or cherry, the painted models were normally decorated with floral or fruit motifs.

Royal Mission Sideboard

This dining room sideboard combines Mission and Contemporary styles into a functional and interesting design. The legs and side slats are curved downward into feet.

Shaker Entertainment Center

This Entertainment Center appeared in the June 2001 Popular Woodworking magazine.  I don't believe the Shakers had an entertainment center, but I still like the Shaker style.

Shaker Style Sideboard

Here's a dining room sideboard based on a simple yet functional Shaker style design with lots of drawer and storage space. The cabinet uses frame and panel construction through out.

Southern Carolina Huntboard

This is an unusual design for a Huntboard. Circa mid-to late 1800's.  The center drawers are setback from the side drawers.  There are 4 legs in the front and 2 in the back.  The construction is mostly mortised and tenon and dovetail joinery.

Stonefield Artisan Curio Cabinet

The design on this curio cabinet is based on a mission or artisan style.  It has 2 sliding glass doors, glass sides, a mirror on the back panel and one lower drawer.  The cabinet would look great built in either Oak or Cherry.

Stonefield Arts & Crafts Sideboard

The design of this sideboard is based on an Arts & Crafts style.  Primary wood is Maple.  The drawers and doors are full extension with minimal gaps between.  The main cabinet or case work 'floats' between curved legs and arched stretchers.  The construction is mostly mortised and tenon joinery.

Stonefield Cherry Display Cabinet

This display or curio cabinet has an elegant look with its upper and lower moldings, turned front columns and large turned feet. Two upper can lights help light the interior.  The construction is mostly mortised and tenon joinery.

Stonefield Country Wine Cabinet

This wine cabinet was designed with a country theme in mind. The sides are simple frame and panel and carry the same edge molding as does the 2 dovetailed drawers and single door.  The construction is mostly mortised and tenon joinery. 

Stonefield Buffet

This cabinet can be used in the dining room as a buffet or other room as a display cabinet.  The cabinet has glass doors, 3 internal shelves, turned legs and frame and panel construction.

Stonefield Craftsman Corner TV Cabinet

An elegant corner cabinet in a Craftsman style for a large TV.

Stonefield Contemporary Dining Table

A contemporary dining table with curved legs.

Stonefield Double Linen Press

A double linen press with plenty of drawer space and double folding paneled doors to reveal ample shelving space. The cabinet is constructed in Cherry with traditional mortised and tenon joinery.

Stonefield High Back  Storage Bench

A high back bench with flared front legs and shallow storage.

Stonefield Low Back  Storage Bench

A low back bench with frame and panel construction and deep storage.

Stonefield Silverware Chest

This Cherry veneered chest has simple lines, tapered legs with recessed panels, a top gallery rail, and brass bail handles.  The top has matched bookend veneer and the drawers are outlined in veneer.

Storage Bench - Early American

Here's a sturdy storage bench in an Early American style.  Sides, front and back are frame and panel construction.

Tennessee Huntboard

This Huntboard originated from Carroll County, Tennessee. Circa 1830.  Tennessee Huntboards/slabs are one of the rarest forms in Tennessee furniture, this slab is most unusual having a backsplash with cannonball finials.   The joinery is mortise and tenon with dovetail drawers.

TV Console - Mission Craftsman Style

This TV console is constructed in a Mission-Craftsman style.  Paneled sides with multi-muntin doors.  This would look good in either Cherry or Oak.

TV Cabinet

This TV stand is a variation on the one below.  It has a combination of open, closed shelf and drawer space.  It's 36" high, 25" wide and 18 1/2" deep.

TV Stand

This TV stand was build for my daughter and son-in-law as an addition to their bedroom.  Additional construction notes and photos for this cabinet can be found on the Projects page.

Victorian Triple Bookcase

This model is designed from an American made Victorian triple bookcase C:1880.  It is approximately 67" tall and 62" wide. The joinery is mortise and tenon with dovetail drawers.

Welsh Dresser / China Hutch

This Welsh Dresser (china hutch) originating from the British Isles was made in the early to mid 1800s.  The original was made from English Oak. The joinery is mortise and tenon with dovetail drawers.

Wine Cabinet

This wine cabinet was designed from a photo that I saw of a similar cabinet.  I thought it was unique enough to draw up and build.  The construction notes for this project can be found on the Projects page.