A few projects that I have done through the years...
I've made a few beds. This is a maple queen size. The side rails are attached with bed bolts. My son designed it and we built it together - I think he was 14 or 15 years old at the time.
Here's a more recent bed:
I really enjoy building speakers - here are a few. That last one is my son's - we built those together too.
I build mdf cabinets, put a hardwood edge on them, cover them with paper backed veneer, then, finish up with a round over rout on the edges. This makes them fairly durable.
Other speaker pages:
Speakers in a day!
Here's a maple countertop and cherry mirror for a master bathroom. For the countertop, I laminated 3/8" thick maple strips to a piece of 3/4" plywood, then applied 2 coats of marine epoxy followed by 3 coats of poly. Pretty sure it's stable and water tight!
The slate backsplash has a nice wood edge on it.
Here's an oak morris chair and ottoman. I got the design from an old Wood magazine. The chair is one of the more complicated pieces they have ever published. Most of their current designs are fairly simple without the need for more difficult joinery.
These pieces have through mortise/tenon joints. The arms on the chair were laminated from 3 pieces and bent over a form. You can't see the lamination joints, unless you know what you're looking for.
My wife, who is very handy with a sewing machine (one, among many of her talents), put together the cushions.
Just looking at this picture makes me want to sit on it!
A new Morris chair.