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DESKS, BOOKCASES, AND ENTERTAINMENT CENTERS (Best of WWJ)

DESKS, BOOKCASES, AND ENTERTAINMENT CENTERS (Best of WWJ)
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Hand-picked from the pages of Woodworker's Journal, these 14 classic projects were selected for their functionality and clean designs. Each piece will work hard, look good, and last a lifetime. With a variety of styles to accommodate any home's décor, these easy to complete projects include a federal-style secretary's desk, an elegant entertainment center, a modular computer desk, Barrister bookcases, walnut library shelves and much more. Includes exploded drawings, step-by-step photos and tips to avoid costly mistakes and achieve success.

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