Setting up a home office involves time, money and careful planning. For the creative woodworker, it can also mean the satisfaction of building each piece yourself. With designs ranging from weekend projects to a fully-realized computer desk, all of the plans in this book are fresh, functional and fun to build, including a stand-up desk recalling the unique work habits of Ernest Hemingway. Everything in this book is accessible, even for beginning woodworkers without elaborate shops. Designs include desks, shelving, room dividers and more. Easy-to-follow instructions are accompanied by detailed photographs showing all the key steps. Projects can be completed quickly, so craftsmen save money without a huge investment of time. Danny Proulx is a regular contributor to woodworking magazines in both the U.S. and Canada and the author of several books including How To Build Classic Garden Furniture, Building More Classic Garden Furniture and Smart Shelving and Storage Solutions. He runs his own woodworking business in Russell, Ontario, Canada.Everything in this book is accessible, even for beginning woodworkers without elaborate shops. Designs include desks, shelving, room dividers and more.
|Title||:||Build Your Own Home Office Furniture|
|Publisher||:||Popular Woodworking Books - 2001-10-15|