Gallery It was time to move my 2 year old into a big girl bed. Just as baby number 2 arrived. Straight grain pine milled from 2x12s makes for strong stock to build a child's bunk bed. Living in a century home is a dream but the closet sapce can sometimes be lacking. Use this design to optimize the use of these small spaces. Strangely walnut used to be the expensive stuff for campaign furniture. Dad wanted a bigger TV and son wanted to help. Building the floating campaign nightstands with full blind dovetails was a joy, and the best value in handtool woodworking, the Aldi Chisel. The Makita XT 248 brushless drill driver combo. Riven Walnut stock ready for some small projects So much sawdust, riving and planing is a lot messier that milling, but you do what you can. Living in a century home is a dream but the closet sapce can sometimes be lacking. Use this design to optimize the use of these small spaces. Dad just couldn't wait to get the TV in. Testing the fit of my first full blind dovetails. On paternity leave I realized I just couldn't sit still. Had to build something. Organized the bedroom closet, everybody's happy. Sketchup Drawing for the built in entertainment center. Sketchup Drawing for the closet organizer. Sketchup drawing for the frame for mounting the TV to the built in entertainment center. 2x4s, 6s, 8s, and 10s make easy work and low cost for a gorgeous feature wall. Not quite finished, but hell it was football season, I'll work around the TV. Board and Batten walls with a picture rail and solid walnut floating nightstands really class up a room.