In issue 309 of Furniture & Cabinetmaking you’ll find plenty to inspire and inform your furniture making.
In our Projects section, Thomas Eddolls’ experiment with an antique veneer press turns into a pair of bedside cabinets; Israel Martin builds a glass-fronted kitchen cabinet on a budget; Mark Peacock creates a side table with a patterned drawer front; Germán Peraire explains his take on an 18th-century slant-front desk; Kevin Ley builds an elegant oak bookcase; Roberto Rizzo makes a simple, but not too simple, Louis XV-style table; Jim Robinson makes a Shaker-inspired dresser; Anthony Bailey makes a Mission-style chest of drawers from American oak; and Louise Biggs restores a linen cupboard.
In Techniques, Dennis Zongker begins a new series on designing and making custom furniture; Graham Dugan shares his step-by-step guide to turning and weaving a Danish stool; and Toyohisa Sugita demonstrates his method for making a frame and panel joint using a vertical ripping guide.
In Features, we catch up with the latest results from the WorldSkills competition; Randy Maxey reports from the International Woodworking Fair; we celebrate the outstanding work on show at the Young Furniture Makers exhibition; and Alex Reynaud of Under The Water Design introduces an unusual double dovetail joint.
We also have profiles of talented designer-makers Dominic Ash; Sam Whyman; Charles Byron and Maria Gómez; and Scott Woyka.
All this and more in issue 309 of Furniture & Cabinetmaking!