Beds and bedroom furniture by Editors of Fine Woodworking
By Editors of Fine Woodworking
In those 23 articles from the pages of excellent Woodworking journal, youll see bed room furnishings in numerous kinds. items variety from a swish Queen Anne lowboy that serves as a dressing desk to a fantastic sleigh mattress. In among there are bureaus, tables, and a crib. In all, youll locate whatever the following to grace as regards to any bed room, no matter what sort it'd be.
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Third, check for color and grain match when selecting lumber. This is especially important if you are going to finish the piece in a natural finish. Color match is less important if you plan to stain or paint the piece. Color variations in lumber can translate into the finished piece. Be aware of knots and end checks or splits at the end of the boards. And finally, allow for about 20 percent waste when ordering rough-cut lumber. There will always be end checks (splitting), sap wood (lighter wood next to the bark), grain matching, as well as the milling process itself to reduce the quantity of wood you’ve ordered.
Use a combination square to check across the board for flatness. Having your lumber cut list is important at this time. If you are looking at an 8' board that has a slight curve, but it will be used to yield three 24" pieces, for example, a slight curve would be acceptable. Cutting the board into three equal pieces will minimize any curvature and allow you to mill to a proper thickness. Third, check for color and grain match when selecting lumber. This is especially important if you are going to finish the piece in a natural finish.
You can have a sawyer come to your location with a portable band saw mill. Or there are attachments to allow you to use a chainsaw to slice up the logs. Any of these methods will allow you to cut your lumber to any thickness desired. air-drying cut logs Now that the lumber is cut, it has to be dried. A rule of thumb for calculating the air-drying time for lumber is one year per inch of thickness. This will still not get the lumber to the 6 percent moisture level needed for making furniture. Ideally, the drying process for cut lumber could be finished in a kiln for about thirty days.