North Florida Woodworking's
Furniture Gallery

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All of my furniture is handmade, and I only work with four North American hardwoods as primary woods:  beech, walnut, hard maple, and cherry (my personal favorite).  For secondary woods, I use poplar and soft maple.  I also use hard maple as secondary wood for a few things like drawer runners to insure life long wear. 

For finishes, I usually apply a couple of coats of oil, followed by several coats of shellac to build a film.  Finally, a couple of coats of hand rubbed wax.  On occasion, if something is to reside in a harsh environment like dining tables or pieces for a bathroom, I'll add a more durable finish.

Shaker Style Hall Table -- © S.C. Rogers See Shaker Hall Table or follow "Furnitue: Tables and Stands" menu tab.
Shaker Style End Table -- © S.C. Rogers See Shaker End Table or follow "Furnitue: Tables and Stands" menu tab.

Small Tables and Stands

End tables, hall tables, candle stands, small occasional tables, etc. 

These tables are made in cherry, beech, walnut, or maple.  They are finished in oil, and then top coated with shellac and a coat of paste wax.

Small open necklace case -- © S.C. Rogers See Open Necklace Case or follow "Furnitue: Small Casework: Open Cases" menu tab.
Lure & Reel Cases-- © S.C. Rogers See Lure & Reel Cases or follow "Furnitue: Small Casework: Open Cases" menu tab. Small Closed Necklace Case-- © S.C. Rogers See Closed Necklace Case or follow "Furnitue: Small Casework: Closed Cases" menu tab.

Small Casework

This is the place to fine small open casework.  Small cases with or without pegs, shelves, and drawers.

Odds and Ends

This is the place to find strange things made of wood; things that don't quite dovetail into the normal woodworking projects.  Truly, the "Odds and Ends." 


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