Browsing: Furniture & Cabinetmaking

Furniture & Cabinetmaking is a bi-monthly magazine, focusing exclusively on fine furniture. It reports on the latest trends and styles from around the world and shares inspirational and thoughtful content that will boost your woodworking. Alongside this cutting-edge work, there is respect for the traditions of the past and how they can be applied in the modern workshop. Leading designer-makers share their stories in engaging features, and there are projects and technical articles for professional and non-professional furniture makers alike – all with the aim of promoting excellence in furniture making.


The Weekend Workbench

The Weekend Workbench: With the aid of a few machines, Anne Briggs Bohnett and Steve Dando solve a woodworking school’s…


A Beaded Plane Rack

A Beaded Plane Rack: Charles Mak shares some of his beading techniques while adding an ornamental detail to his new…


Edward Preston Tools History

Edward Preston Tools History: John Adamson charts the history of Birmingham’s greatest tool manufacturer and reveals the potential for adding…


The Slippery Slope to Perfection

The Slippery Slope to Perfection: Theo Cook explains how to make a tried-and-tested shooting board. I’ve been a teacher at…


The Last Apprentice

The Last Apprentice: Derek Jones meets Jim Broughton from Alexander George Antiques to see how the Golden Age of Furniture…


American Museum and Gardens

American Museum and Gardens: We visit a British museum devoted to American decorative and folk art. You don’t have to…


A Tail with a Twist

A Tail with a Twist: David Waite explains how he mastered dovetails. The start of my one-year designer-maker course at…

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