All in Woodworking Projects
I built this DIY modern outdoor patio cooler using basic power tools, including a circular saw and drill, and dimensional lumber. This patio cooler ice chest is designed to hold an Orca 20qt cooler but could be sized to fit a bunch of different coolers.
I cast some scrap wood chunks into epoxy resin and turned it into a bowl on the lathe. This was a fun learning experience and has definitely got me wanting to do more with epoxy casting!
I built this modern outdoor dining table out of Ipe 3x3s. Ipe is one of the most difficult woods I've worked with, it's insanely heavy and dense. I also built this pergola kit from TOJA GRID.
I built a set of simple scrap wood wooden trivets using two methods: first, using "traditional" woodworking tools like my Woodpeckers router table, and then using my Inventables X-Carve CNC.
I built a DIY guitar hanger using basic tools and bent wood lamination! This was my first time doing bent lamination on one of my projects and I think it turned out great.
I built a modern dresser and changing table for my newborn son out of solid Walnut. This piece would look awesome in any mid-century modern themed room and would provide lots of great storage. I also have plans available for this project, in case you're interested.
I built a live edge river headboard using epoxy resin and a pair of live edge Cherry slabs. This was a ton of work, but I'm super happy with the way it turned out. Enjoy!
I built a farmhouse-style modern coffee table using a Southern Yellow Pine 2x12x16 and ⅛" steel for the base. I welded the steel base at Lincoln Electric's HQ using the Lincoln Electric Power MIG 210 MP and Squarewave TIG 200.
I built this modern credenza bookcase over the course of the last few months. This massive project was built from Purebond Walnut veneer plywood and solid Walnut. I'm really happy to have this one done!