Building Storage with Style: 20 Great-looking Projects from Off-the-shelf Lumber

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Sterling Publishing Company, Inc., 2006 - Crafts & Hobbies - 143 pages
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This book features 20 modern, attractive, and practical storage items. Best of all, every one is created with basic tools and off-the-shelf lumber and begins with simple box construction. Even beginners can handle the super-easy footed nesting tables. They can then progress to making a metal rolling cart for under the bed, refined wall-mounted medicine cabinet, and playful bookcase with plenty of nooks and crannies. Each attractive project is showcased in a colour photograph with selected how-to details.
 

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Building Storage with Style: 20 Great-Looking Projects from Off-the-Shelf Lumber

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Building stylish storage furniture does not have to be difficult, as illustrated by Snell (Building Green ) and his wife in this interesting beginner's book. The designs range from simple box frames ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
6
THE PROJECTS 1 f t
36
U S toMetric Conversion Chart
143
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About the author (2006)

Clarke Snell has a background in philosophy and a solid liberal arts education. His first construction job was at The Center for Maximum Potential in Austin, Texas, where he helped construct the Green Builder Demonstration Home, a state-funded showcase of alternative building techniques. In 1995, Clarke and his wife moved to the mountains of Western North Carolina. They have recently finished designing and building their own partially-bermed, passive-solar house in a small intentional community they helped create. With access to gravity-fed spring water, ample sunlight, and plenty of room for growing food, Snell is excited about his prospects for a lifelong experiment with self-sufficiency.

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