Author Archives: kringlism

Twisted coffee table

Here’s my latest project it’s a coffee table I made for an on-line coffee table build off. I’ve been working here and there over the last year or so on a process for a steam bending technique that I can … Continue reading

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The Bench

It’s been a long time coming but I finally retired the 2×4 and plywood glorified table and built a bench. I based the design on a Nicholson and changed a few things for my liking and what I wanted. The … Continue reading

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Chimney cabinet/ wine cabinet

This cabinet is a first for me, I’ve never entered a show before let alone made anything just to show and I received a ton of compliments on it. Its a wine cabinet that I designed to fit the criteria … Continue reading

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Stainless railings

PROJECT: Stainless Steel Railings MATERIALS: Stainless Steel and Mahogany These are some stainless railings made by Bob from B Welding. His customer wanted some new railings made from stainless and he wanted me to make some mahogany caps for them

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Mi Casa II

PROJECT: Front porch rebuild – replace the decking, wrap new trim around it, and rebuild the stairs (with new custom railings, of course). Currently unfinished because it got too cold for the paint to dry. MATERIALS: Pressure-treated decking, douglas fir, … Continue reading

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Adventures in Veneering

I FINALLY TOOK A VENEERING CLASS!! PROJECT: End Table Top. (I can do this stuff now thanks to Steve Latta and Bob Van Dyke at the Connecticut Valley School of Woodworking.) MATERIALS: Fiddleback anigre field, tiger maple and bandings surrounded … Continue reading

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Mi casa

PROJECT: I hated my living room (gainormous custom entertainment center with built-in central AC return, raised panel wainscoting, and electronics cubby hole). This project is ongoing because I keep stopping to make fancy things. MATERIALS: Poplar, MDF, pre-finished maple plywood … Continue reading

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