Anne Robinson, Karen Saxby
Box projects for the home and workshop that you'll actually use...
When it comes to selecting a project, boxes are a popular choice for woodworkers. They're small, don't require a lot of material, and can be quick to build. They can offer technical challenges with regard to the joinery or shape. Best of all, they make a very welcome gift. But, sometimes-whether you're a woodworker or not-you just need a good 'ol box to organize, store, or simply protect your stuff. You don't need a small, precious keepsake, you want a box, chest, or cabinet that's sturdy, good-looking, and specifically designed to do the job, whether it's holding your tools, the summer blankets, or a family Bible.
Compiled from the pages of Popular Woodworking, Boxes to Build features more than two-dozen useful, hard working projects that you'll want to build because you need them. Featuring designs and how-to from some of today's top woodworkers, including Marc Spagnuolo, Gary Rogowski, Chris Schwarz, and more, Boxes to Build is a woodworking book that's fueled by function, but doesn't skimp on the form.
Ideal for all skill levels, the box projects in Boxes to Build will quickly-and proudly-be put to use making your life more organized, less complicated, and very stylish.