Build your own customized rolling ladder system! Safely reach the highest shelves in your library, wine cellar, workshop or other out-of-reach spaces while adding a classic look to your home. You'll find our prices are competitive and the quality of our hardware is unmatched. Detailed plan supplied with hardware kit.Use our Ladder Design Wizard to customize your own ladder system to your application and preference. After selecting your options and features, you will obtain a Bill of Materials that is your guide for ordering.With our wood ladder kits, building your own rolling library ladder is truly as easy as 1, 2, 3 '' sand, finish, and assemble. All parts are cut, shaped, bullnosed, and drilled to accept the corresponding Library Ladder Hardware (sold separately). The ladder kits are available in three heights: 8' , 9' and 10'; and in three wood species: oak, cherry and maple, all fully machined from clear, carefully selected lumber.
Our Custom Cabinet Door and Drawer Front Program lets you order high-quality cabinet doors and drawer fronts to create just the right look for your kitchen cabinets or furniture pieces! Transform your old kitchen cabinets and save thousands over replacing them. Or, save time on your next new cabinet or furniture project by outsourcing one of the most time-consuming parts - building doors and drawer fronts. These solid wood doors come sanded smooth and ready to finish. Place your order in three easy steps:Select your desired wood species.Choose your edge profiles (most popular edges are chosen by default).Enter the dimensions for each door or drawer front and add them to your cart.Please see the tech spec tab for tips for measuring and important information about this product.Please allow 3-4 weeks for delivery.
This plan is your guide to making a simple, functional and beautiful table. The design is modeled after the original farm table at which Julia Child and her husband Paul ate most of their meals. It is now on display at the Smithsonian where it so fascinated Mario Rodriguez that he created this plan for reproducing a similar version. Dispensing with typical leg-to-apron joinery, the table has shouldered brindle joints that lock the legs to a pair of long aprons to eliminate racking. Three dovetailed cross rails link the apron, along with the H-stretcher system, to make it rock solid. Follow this detailed plan to complete all the steps for turning the legs on a lathe, cutting the stopped dovetail sockets in the aprons, fitting the stretchers, assembling the undercarriage, and applying the final finish. Printed Plan Includes: Extensive full-size and scale drawingsComplete cutlistStep-by-step companion article