Banketka - a couch version, an easy oblong bench without a back and lokotnik, with a myagenky upholstery, had in the beginning 8 legs. For the first time appeared in France and till this moment Frenchmen remain fashion-makers in this area. Banketka >
Extensively recognizable which designer Brown Rasheed of work more than once appeared on pages of ours бложика holds an individual exhibition of own works in Tina Kim Gallery gallery in New York. The founder called the exposition An unplanned brutalism >
It would seem - that it is possible to make with the starenky house in gloomy and grayish London? Designer Thamir Adadi достигнул the impracticable - it is heavy to believe that these laconic, comfortable rooms for accommodation were the usual Victorian >
In British a web Nubie shop a large quantity of recognizable childrens brands, about many of which we wrote more than once. It is more pleasant to those that now it everything is collected in one place, reasonably classified and supplied with comfortable >
Now we publish sample of a photo of the most various bedrooms. All of them various, and it is possible to find the highlight in each interior if to get accustomed. The only thing that connects them воединыжды - so it is beds: all of them treat the so >
How to make a housing interior unique by means of unusual design of walls? There are various methods, most economical of which - vinyl stickers for walls. The sticker, in particular if it is picked up to a place and with taste so very much entices to >
With chair in a floret today you will surprise nobody, another matter when the chair and is a flower is perfect. Charles Tolomeos designer represents an authors collection of furniture for Sicis Next Art which will transfer you to the sublime >
Practical and elegant, hand mirrors like those shown in this section are relatively simple to make, but you will have to devote some time to setting up. The first step is to decide the diameter of the mirror glass; 5-inch beveled glass works well, but other sizes are available. You will then need to produce two templates for laying out the mirror on your stock: one for the shape of the mirror body and a round one for the diameter of the glass recess. Use clear acrylic plastic for both templates to enable you to see the grain and figure of the wood as you locate the outline on your blanks. Make the mirror from ^-inch-thick stock. To cut the recess for the glass, use a router paired with a plywood template... >
An escutcheon is fastened to one of the doors of the bookcase shown at left. On this piece, the key and escutcheons are purely decorative. The doors are actually held shut by spring-loaded catches installed on the inside faces of the stiles near the bottom of the doors.
Cutting the tenon in the rails
Start making the frame-and-panel doors of the bookcase by cutting blind tenons at the ends of all the rails. To do the job on your table saw, install a dado head slightly wider than the tenon length. Attach an auxiliary wood fence and notch it by raising the dado head into it. Set the width of cut equal to the tenon length and adjust the cutting height to about one-third the thickness of the stock... >
Moving large panels
Sheets of plywood, particleboard, and hard – board are often heavy and awkward to carry. The carrier shown at left will make the load easier to bear. Rout a 1-inch-wide rabbet along one edge of a 12-inch-long board. Cut a notch out of one end of a piece of plywood, then screw a wood block across the end of the notch to serve as a handle. Attach the other end of the plywood piece to the rabbeted face of the board (inset). To use the carrier, simply hook it under the sheet and pull it up under your arm (left). Some woodworkers find it more comfortable to stand on the carrier side of the panel and use their other hand to steady it.
Installing an overhead switch
Switching on a table saw while balancing a lar... >