Building More Classic Garden Furniture

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F+W Media, Inc., Mar 10, 2001 - House & Home - 128 pages
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This fantastic book is a follow-up to Proulx's How to Build Classic Garden Furniture. Readers will find more great projects, ranging from simple weekend designs to intermediate level projects that require more investment in time and materials.Readers will find all the detailed steps they need to build these great outdoor projects without using a shop full of tools--perfect for the weekend woodworker and do-it-yourselfer. Projects range from flower planters, chairs and garden benches to loveseats, swings and tables, suitable for any backyard deck, patio or garden. All the projects are fresh, useful and innovative--sure to please both the builder and the user.* Packed with clear, close-up photography with captions to illustrate construction procedures* Includes 15 exciting projectsDanny Proulx is a successful contractor, specializing in custom-kitchen remodeling and construction of decks. He is also the author of Build Your Own Kitchen Cabinets, How to Build Classic Garden Furniture and Smart Shelving and Storage Solutions. He lives in Ottawa, Canada.
  

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Any one of the 15 plans would probably be worth the price paid. Beautiful pictures plus many very sharp, clear photographs giving detailed instructions. Read full review

Contents

Introduction
6
Construction Techniques
8
Horizontal panel planter
16
Elegant planter
22
Planter bench
28
Corner privacy screen
34
Classic garden bench
40
Curved planter bench
48
Formal side table
68
TÍteŗtÍte bench
76
Outdoor dining set
84
Classic picnic table
92
Octagonal picnic table
98
Chaise lounge
108
Hammock stand
118
Sources
126

Folding side table
56
Outdoor coffee table
62

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About the author (2001)

Before his premature death in 2005, Danny Proulx was the owner of Rideau Cabinets, a contributing editor for CabinetMaker magazine, and a writer for Popular Woodworking. He was the author of 16 woodworking books, including Build Your Own Kitchen Cabinets, Smart Shelving and Storage Solutions, and How to Build Classic Garden Furniture.

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