Popular Woodworking 2000-01 № 112, страница 53

Popular Woodworking 2000-01 № 112, страница 53


Display Cupboard

For books, pottery, art or trophies,

this timeless display piece is built for generations of use.


J. his

his versatile display cabinet features old-fashioned "bird's mouth" adjustable shelf supports, wedged through-tenons, arched doors and an arched frame-and-panel back. I borrowed a number of design elements from the Arts & Crafts movement and added some special touches of my own to create an updated hybrid that fits handsomely into any decor.

Arts & Crafts-style furniture was typically built with oak, but as I wasn't attempting to create an authentic reproduction, I felt free to use alder. Living in the West where alder is common, I've found that it works easily, is

by David Camp

David Camp was the editor 0/Popular Woodworking from 1985 to 1992.

He is the owner of NewskttersNOW in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

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