If you've check the furniture store circulars that usually come with the Sunday paper, chances are you know just how costly beds can be. Canopy-top four posters like ours usually sell for about $1,000, and that's for the bed only, without the mattress and box spring.
For our bed, your materials expense should be around $200.
|Router Storage Cabinet
This handy Router Storage Cabinet solves the problem of not only storing routers, but also of organizing all your bits and accessories. The interior dimensions will store both a full-size plunge router and a standard-size router. Bits and accessories fit in the two drawers.
|Scroll-sawn Nativity Scene
If you like scroll saw work and enjoy giving gifts, this Nativity Scene - often called a créche - is one project that's sure to satisfy.
All the pieces pack neatly into the stable, making the scene easy to store once the holiday season has passed.
|Ash Wall Desk
Our handsome wall desk is a practical alternative to a floor standing desk. It's got a large drop-down writing surface, twin built-in corkboards for notes and reminders, plus a pencil holder and two shelves for storage.
But best of all, it can be mounted just about anywhere you have 30 inches of free wall space.
|Child's Stepped-Back Cupboard
This cupboard is a scaled-down version of a slant-top cupboard. To make the piece look right in a smaller version, the stock thickness must be reduced, so our cupboard employs 58 inch thick pine for most of the parts and 1/2 inch thick pine for the back.