Woodworking Furniture Plans
Are you interested in creating your own furniture for your living space? Garrett Wade can provide you with the tools you need to get the job done, as well as the plans to help you create gorgeous, quality pieces. With our new woodworking tools and exclusive DIY furniture building plans drawn by Carlyle Lynch, we make building furniture simple! Explore these furniture plans today to find the perfect pieces for your home, office, or anywhere else!
Lynch Woodworking Furniture Plans
Carlyle Lynch was a woodworker and metalworker during the 1900s. Dedicated to his craft, he would travel to museums to study and sketch their historical furniture displays to design and develop his own furniture plans. Each of his furniture building plans was inspired by the finest pieces from the 18th and 19th centuries!
With these exclusive furniture building plans, becoming a furniture craftsman couldn’t be easier. You’ll be able to craft furniture that will last for many years to come.
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Garrett Wade is where good quality tools have come first since 1975. All of our tools have their own unique stories and are made by some of the best craftsmen from around the world. Whether you’re looking for the type of woodcutting hatchet crafted in a fourth-generation German forge or the type of carbon steel pruning lopper made at a family-owned forge in Italy, we’ve got you covered.
We also offer top-tier furniture plans for woodworkers. When you order a set of Lynch’s furniture plans, you’ll receive his measurements and drawings, as well as a detailed parts list, hardware essentials, and notes with relevant extra information. All you need are your own tools and materials to get started!
Yes. With our woodworking furniture plans, you can effortlessly create a comfortable, 33-inch-tall version of this rural chair with a poplar back and seat, hickory spindles, and maple legs. Pine and white oak can also be used for the chair.
This sofa is 40 inches high, 92 inches wide, and 30 inches deep.
These 29-inch tables with 36-inch tops are excellent space savers and expand easily. The plans for a drop-leaf table are straightforward, so this woodworking project is simple enough for virtually any beginner to handle.