Woodworking Kitchen Projects
One of the best places in the house to get creative with your woodworking is in the kitchen! You can replace a ton of those store-bought gadgets and utensils with something custom made. In fact many woodworkers’ first project is a cutting board. And speaking of cutting boards, I wrote the book on making them! Seriously, there's only one cutting board book available right now and you can get a signed copy here. Kitchen projects also sell well at craft shows and many of the projects below have plans to get you started!
Everything you need to know about making cutting boards from choosing woods to food safe finishes.
Making a drop leaf kitchen table out of walnut.
How to make a kitchen cart with removable top shelf that turns into a serving tray.
Having a pizza peel in your kitchen is a great way to pull pizza out of the oven and also doubles as a cutting and serving board.
A failed experiment that had unwanted results. It’s all part of the learning process.
How to make a coffee mug out of walnut and maple.
How to make a classic ulu knife and cutting board combination.
Using bent lamination to create this wooden spoon for the kitchen.
A fun weekend woodworking project on how to make a beer mug/beer tankard on the lathe.
Impress your guest with these beer and whiskey flight trays. They also make great craft show items when paired up with glasses.
How to make a wine box with a sliding lid. Makes a great gift!
A real simple woodworking project that involves turning the shot glasses on the lathe and displaying your favorite bottle of whiskey.
A quick and simple woodworking project that can easily be batched out for selling at craft fairs.
Step by step process on how to make a serving tray with through stub tenon breadboard ends out of padauk and maple.