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Gary Striegler, a JLC contributing editor, owns Craftsman Builders (craftsmanbuildersnwa.com), in Fayetteville, Ark., and teaches workshops at the Marc Adams School of Woodworking. Follow him on Instagram: @craftsmanbuilders.
Gary Striegler reviews a pocket hole machine that uses a router instead of a drill to make cleaner cuts.
These vintage beams aren't structural, but still require careful cutting and fitting to look right.
Add value to this popular kitchen upgrade with customized shelving and cabinets, and with practical work surfaces.
Gary Striegler shows how to build this flexible design using simple joinery and stock moldings.
A pair of LVL stringers connecting the upper and lower landings is the structural key to this design.