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The comprehensive woodworking sourcebook. Finally the best casework projects from America's foremost woodworking magazine are assembled in one book, Chests and Cabinets. For years woodworkers, seeking the finest woodworking projects, have turned to Fine Woodworking magazine, FineWoodworking.com, and Fine Woodworking-branded digital and print plans to create exquisite furniture projects. Now you can have expert information, guidance, and instruction all in one book!

Step-by-step instruction. Through clear instruction, fine detailed working drawings, and hundreds of beautiful photographs guide you  through projects from start to finish with:

  • Hard-to-find, practical advice
  • Expert instruction for building a wide range of storage projects
  • Information and inspiration for all styles from Shaker to Modern designs

18 projects in all styles.
The styles vary widely ensuring something for everyone's taste. You'll find just the storage project you are looking for here:

  • Chests and Cupboards
  • Hickory and Ash Blanket Chest
  • Shaker Chest of Drawers
  • Classic Storage Cupboard, and more
  • Sideboards and Consoles
  • The High Art of the Lowboy
  • Arts and Crafts on Display
  • A Low Console for Home Theater, and more
  • Wall Cabinets
  • A Better Way to Build Wall Cabinets
  • Wall Cabinet in Cherry
  • Build a Vanity Cabinet
  • Bookcase
  • Quick, Sturdy Bookcase
  • Cherry and Fir Bookcase
  • A Portable Book Rack, and more

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