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Large "Pennsylvania Dutch" cupboard features glazed doors to display a collection of china. Built in two sections. Overall dimensions: 73" wide, 84" tall, 16" deep (top), 22" deep (base).
AMERICAN WOODWORKER Spring 1986 (v.2#1) pg. 28

New England pine cupboard. Simple reproduction of a cabinet (jelly cupboard) from bygone days features two frame and panel doors, 3 large storage shelves and pine construction. Overall dimensions: 14"x32"x42" tall.
AMERICAN WOODWORKER #13 Mar-Apr 1990 pg. 42

Bow front oak china cabinet (40" wide, 20" deep, 68" high) based on a style popular in the early 1900s. Full-length curved glass panels for sides and door are set into wooden frames. Interior shelves are glass. Back, top and bottom are solid wood. The 9" high backstop on the top has an oval framed mirror in the middle flanked by a pair of small decorative shelves.
AMERICAN WOODWORKER #24 Jan-Feb 1992 pg. 28

Building a traditional "trastero", a freestanding New Mexican cupboard made entirely of lumberyard pine. It combines simple mortise-and-tenon joinery with decorative carving details. It features frame-and-panel doors and sides, sunburst crest rail, lightning bolt grills, etc. Overall dimensions: 16"x38"x66" tall.
AMERICAN WOODWORKER #39 Jul-Aug 1994 pg. 42

Colonial hutch. How to make a piece that looks 200 years old by using good materials, authentic proportions, hand-tooled surfaces, and hand-crafted wooden joinery. Overall dimensions: 81" tall, 54" wide, 17" deep.
AMERICAN WOODWORKER #54 Oct 1996 pg. 34

Amish jelly cupboard. An updated version of an 1840s piece substitutes plywood for solid wood and table saw joinery for hand-cut dovetails. Design features three small drawers beneath the top and two frame-and-panel doors enclosing the bottom. Overall dimensions: 43"x19"x58" tall.
AMERICAN WOODWORKER #89 Oct 2001 pg. 56

Photo shows a trio of modular floor-to-ceiling cabinets that provide storage space for china.
BETTER HOMES & GARDENS Oct 1971 (v.49#10) pg. 55

Photo shows 17"x20"x72" high china cupboard built from plywood. Doors are insert shutters with metallic screening in the openings. Est. cost: $55.
BETTER HOMES & GARDENS Jul 1972 (v.50#7) pg. 73

Photo shows how a closet can be converted to a cupboard with shelves, drawers, and racks for storage of dishes. Est. cost: $98.
BETTER HOMES & GARDENS Jul 1973 (v.51#7) pg. 48

Photo shows a divider that fits in an archway and is a china display cabinet. Depth of unit is dependent upon thickness of the wall at the archway. Louvered shutters are used for doors. Est. cost: $89.
BETTER HOMES & GARDENS Jul 1974 (v.52#7) pg. 58

How to build an in-the-wall storage cupboard between the studs.
BETTER HOMES & GARDENS Oct 1975 (v.53#10) pg. 42

Photo and sketch show how to build a modern version of a Welsh cupboard. Base is a table 30" wide, 18" deep and 30" high. Top is 4" deep, 40" high and 30" wide with two shelves for holding plates. Plans can be ordered. Est. cost: $45.
BETTER HOMES & GARDENS Jul 1977 (v.55#7) pg. 127

A hutch/buffet you can construct from plywood. The addition of moldings creates a cornice and gives doors and drawers a paneled effect. Unit is 60" long, 78" high, with a 16" deep base and 12" deep hutch cabinets on top. Can be either a built-in or free-standing unit.
BETTER HOMES & GARDENS Aug 1978 (v.56#8) pg. 60

Colonial hutch with scalloped trim has two open shelves and a base compartment closed off by two doors. Est. cost: $90.
BETTER HOMES & GARDENS Jul 1979 (v.57#7) pg. 53, 64

Two-piece hutch built from pine. Base 42"x16"x36" tall. Has 3 storage drawers. Top 41"x11"x42" tall has 2 shelves.
BETTER HOMES & GARDENS Oct 1983 (v.61#10) pg. 120, 171, 173

Country hutch. Modern materials make it easy to create that old-time look. Details include bullnose beading around the drawer and doors, punched tin panels in the doors, and adjustable open shelves.
CANADIAN HOME WORKSHOP Feb 2000 (v.23#4) pg. 38

Tea to go. A removable tray (17"x23") sits on the top of this cherry cabinet which features frame-and-panel construction, large drawer and a large storage area behind a frame-and-panel door.
CANADIAN HOME WORKSHOP Dec 2000-Jan 2001 (v.24#3) pg. 46

Jam preserve. Traditional lines and good proportions make this simple pine jam cupboard the perfect kitchen companion.
CANADIAN HOME WORKSHOP Feb 2001 (v.24#4) pg. 22

Technique for cutting a solid, one-piece, 45-degree corner stile for a hutch.
CANADIAN HOME WORKSHOP May 2001 (v.24#7) pg. 64

Shaker pantry cupboard. Simple lines and milk paint make this solid-wood project an instant heirloom. Features a frame-and-panel door concealing 4 large storage shelves. Overall dimensions: 15"x28"x54" tall.
CANADIAN HOME WORKSHOP May 2002 (v.25#7) pg. 30

Pine dish dresser. Part 1. Plans & Materials. Traditional cupboard features raised panels on the buffet front, glass-front door on the hutch, and decorative molding around the top. Dimensions: 68" tall, 35" wide, 15" deep. Est. cost: $325.
CANADIAN WORKSHOP Aug 1980 (v.3#11) pg. 10

Pine dish dresser. Part 2. Construction begins with legs and back.
CANADIAN WORKSHOP Sep 1980 (v.3#12) pg. 47

Pine dish dresser. Part 3. The sides and front framework.
CANADIAN WORKSHOP Oct 1980 (v.4#1) pg. 73

Pine dish dresser. Part 4. Completing the front.
CANADIAN WORKSHOP Nov 1980 (v.4#2) pg. 55

Pine dish dresser. Part 5. Starting assembly.
CANADIAN WORKSHOP Dec 1980 (v.4#3) pg. 44

Pine dish dresser. Part 6. Making the diamond point panels.
CANADIAN WORKSHOP Jan 1981 (v.4#4) pg. 29

Pine dish dresser. Part 7. The top and bottom doors.
CANADIAN WORKSHOP Feb 1981 (v.4#5) pg. 23

Pine dish dresser. Part 8. The rosettes, modillions and dovetailed drawers.
CANADIAN WORKSHOP Mar 1981 (v.4#6) pg. 39

Pine dish dresser. Part 9. Finishing touches (hinges & locks).
CANADIAN WORKSHOP Apr 1981 (v.4#7) pg. 53

In-the-wall ironing board is replaced with an open cupboard consisting of narrow shelves and a built-in clock. Est. cost: $30.
CANADIAN WORKSHOP Jan 1983 (v.6#4) pg. 24

Buffet and hutch. This tradional cabinet constructed of solid cherry uses mortise and tenon joinery done with a hand router and table saw. Overall dimensions: 60" wide, 72" tall, 18" deep.
CANADIAN WORKSHOP Feb 1985 (v.8#5) pg. 9, 28

China cabinet, with three compartments, is built into a former clothes closet.
CANADIAN WORKSHOP Feb 1986 (v.9#5) pg. 44

Country cupboard has two open shelves in the hutch top. Base has two drawers and another shelf behind doors. Heart-shaped cutouts decorate the top, drawers, doors and base.
CANADIAN WORKSHOP Jun 1986 (v.9#9) pg. 28

Country cupboard (22"x35"x78"high). Free-standing pantry, built from cherry, has two frame-and-panel doors and adjustable shelving. Circular designs are chip-carved into the upper panels of each door. Includes information on how to create a flat, black finish on the unplated steel hinges.
CANADIAN WORKSHOP Feb 1991 (v.14#5) pg. 54

Pine hutch has a base (24"x63"x35" high) with four frame-and-panel doors that close off two compartments with adjustable shelves. The upper shelf unit (15"x62"x48" high) has a center upright and four fixed shelves. Built using mostly pine veneered particle board.
CANADIAN WORKSHOP Feb 1992 (v.15#5) pg. 18

South by southwest. An open hutch built from solid pine and pine-veneered particle board. Base (45"x18"x40" high) has two-door compartment and two drawers. The top unit (8"x45"x40" high) has two shelves.
CANADIAN WORKSHOP Aug 1992 (v.15#11) pg. 21

Jelly cupboard (16"x16"x30" high) has three shelves behind a frame-and-panel door and sits 15" off the floor on slightly tapered legs.
CANADIAN WORKSHOP Nov 1993 (v.17#2) pg. 44

Jam cupboard built of pine features frame-and-panel sides, extra-deep shelves, and a door with muntin bars that form 8 "windows". The windows are decorated with fabric panels, wooden panels, tiles, ... etc. attached to a removable back. Overall dimensions: 47" tall, 26" wide, 18" deep.
CANADIAN WORKSHOP May 1994 (v.17#8) pg. 30

Scroll-sawn panels (in the doors) add rural charm to this simple two-door cabinet. Overall dimensions: 40"x15"x33" tall.
CANADIAN WORKSHOP Sep 1994 (v.17#12) pg. 32

Freestanding wall unit in superbly detailed mahogany. A project for the advanced woodworker. The base unit (buffet) features three cabinets concealed behind six frame-and-panel doors (with burled-mahogany veneer on the panels). Base dimensions: 82"x24"x35" tall. The upper unit consists of three cabinets concealed behind six doors (with leaded-glass panels) and topped with a bonnet featuring a curved crown and finial. Top dimensions: 81"x16"x57" tall.
CANADIAN WORKSHOP Feb 1995 (v.18#5) pg. 24

Old-time jam cupboard features a tall, thin shape and two frame-and-panel inset doors. Overall dimensions: 60"Tx13"Dx17"W.
CANADIAN WORKSHOP Nov 1995 (v.19#2) pg. 44

Make a reproduction of an antique jelly cupboard. A frame-and-panel door gives access to 3 storage shelves. Overall dimensions: 41" tall, 26" wide, 14" deep.
EARLY AMERICAN LIFE Aug 1983 (v.14#4) pg. 31

A 19th century New England design jelly cupboard can be made in one weekend. Cupboard features an elaborate painted design on the doors and sides. Overall dimensions: 27"x21"x50" high.
EARLY AMERICAN LIFE Aug 1988 (v.19#4) pg. 64

New Hampshire stepback cupboard (26"x13"x 72" high) is based on one built about 1815. Top has three open shelves. Base, with three shelves, is concealed behind a simple flat door that is held closed by a wooden turnbuckle.
EARLY AMERICAN LIFE Oct 1991 (v.22#5) pg. 47

Tip: How to make a hutch cabinet from an old chest of drawers.
FAMILY CIRCLE Sep 16 1980 (v.93#13) pg. 82

Furniture classics you build yourself. (1) Heritage hutch. 42"Wx78"Hx17"D. (2) Tavern table. 30"Wx70"Lx28"H. (3) Corner cabinet, circa 1780. 86"Hx46"W. (4) Coffee table and bench combination with a hidden storage compartment.
FAMILY CIRCLE Apr 7 1981 (v.94#5) pg. 88

Early American hutch cabinet is 3x6-ft. with wood double doors top and bottom.
FAMILY HANDYMAN #90 Feb 1966 (v.16#1) pg. 44

Shaker infirmary cupboard. Pine, ash or maple construction.
FAMILY HANDYMAN #92 Jun 1966 (v.16#3) pg. 28

Shaker cherry cupboard is 83" high and 36" wide. Double doors cover top portion which contains four shelves. Large single door covers the bottom section which contains two very deep and high shelves.
FAMILY HANDYMAN #95 Dec 1966 (v.16#6) pg. 44

Shaker cupboard-chest.
FAMILY HANDYMAN #103 Apr 1968 (v.18#2) pg. 38

Shaker-style storage cabinet features twelve drawers and two cabinet doors concealing three shelves.
FAMILY HANDYMAN #105 Aug 1968 (v.18#4) pg. 52

Build this country-style hutch. Plans must be ordered for this authentically detailed, primitive masterpiece which is the result of careful research at leading American museums.
FAMILY HANDYMAN #233 Nov 1982 (v.32#9) pg. 28

American classic furniture plans. The Lincoln series. Part 1. A step-back hutch. Overall dimensions 86" tall, 24" deep, 51" wide. Built of #2 pine. Est. cost: $250.
FAMILY HANDYMAN #260 Jul-Aug 1985 (v.35#6) pg. 60

A built-in hardwood hutch. Joinery techniques needed when working with solid wood to accommodate seasonal movement.
FINE HOMEBUILDING #85 Dec 1993-Jan 1994 pg. 64

Kentucky quilt cabinet is based on "two-board hutches", but features two deep drawers in the bottom. Overall dimensions: 65" tall, 32" wide, 22" deep.
FINE WOODWORKING #57 Mar-Apr 1986 pg. 49

Kentucky cupboard features flared legs, patterned front and side panel aprons, and an unobtrusive top molding. The top section features 3 shelves behind a pair of glass-paneled doors. The bottom section has a pair of solid frame-and-panel doors. Overall dimensions: 77" tall, 40" wide, 16" deep.
FINE WOODWORKING #75 Mar-Apr 1989 pg. 66

Handling large commissions. Overcoming the limitations of a small shop. Includes some construction details for a large mahogany breakfront (9-ft wide, over 8-ft. and 20" deep) in the style of late-18th-century Georgian period.
FINE WOODWORKING #78 Sep-Oct 1989 pg. 74

Shaker-inspired tinware cupboard features two frame-and-panel doors, frame-and-panel back, and adjustable interior shelves. Overall dimensions: 79" tall, 14" deep, 18" wide.
FINE WOODWORKING #83 Jul-Aug 1990 pg. 38

Building a large open hutch (hutch cupboard, sideboard with hutch top, dresser ...) based on styles common in America between 1730 and 1840. Features frame-and-panel construction and applied detail moldings.
FINE WOODWORKING #89 Jul-Aug 1991 pg. 46

Tip on using a sliding dovetail to join the top and bottom of a large hutch.
HOME FURNITURE #5 Winter 1995 pg. 102

Country linen press (poor man's cupboard) reproduction features three shelves and two shallow storage drawers. Overall dimensions: 48" tall, 42" wide, 18" deep. Basic construction shown, but plans can be ordered.
HOME MECHANIX #690 Oct 1985 (v.81) pg. 14

Adaptive behavior. Two projects that use stock kitchen and bath cabinets as a basis for built-ins in other rooms. (1) Dry bar made of white oak cabinets, matching hutch end-panels and glass doors. (2) Build-in bookcase and entertainment center created using knock-down kitchen and bath cabinet components.
HOME MECHANIX #770 Nov 1992 (v.88) pg. 60

Reproduction of a 1750 Pennsylvania hutch has three shelves on top and two more behind the lower door. Unit is 74" high, 15" deep and 45" wide.
MECHANIX ILLUSTRATED #519 Aug 1971 (v.67) pg. 64

A miniature hutch. Provide display and storage for 12 place settings (or more) of china in a cabinet that is 69" tall and 26" wide. Use less than 2 sq.ft. of floor space. Built of pine, plywood and moldings.
MECHANIX ILLUSTRATED #561 Feb 1975 (v.71) pg. 38

How to make a Welsh dresser. Based on a museum piece, it features doors and end panels with raised panels set inside stiles that have been rabbeted to accept them. Unit has five drawers and two doors. It measures 53" long, 19" wide and 32" high. Built of oak.
MECHANIX ILLUSTRATED #570 Nov 1975 (v.71) pg. 42

Workshop heirloom. A traditional American cupboard (hutch). Dimensions: 54" wide, 80" tall, 19" deep. Features frame and panel doors on bottom, storage drawer, and 3 open display shelves.
MECHANIX ILLUSTRATED #625 Jun 1980 (v.76) pg. 48

Built-in cupboards flank a casement window and are connected with a built-in window seat. The cupboards run floor to ceiling and feature glass doors with arch-shape tops. Decorative moldings and cornice complete the room.
MECHANIX ILLUSTRATED #655 Dec 1982 (v.78) pg. 56

Mahogany bookcase cabinet features glass panels in the doors. May also be used as a china cabinet, display case, etc. Overall dimensions: 84" tall, 44" wide, 17" deep.
MECHANIX ILLUSTRATED #666 Nov 1983 (v.79) pg. 46

How to turn a closet into a built-in hutch.
POPULAR MECHANICS Aug 1970 (v.134#2) pg. 102

Easy-built modular furniture. Five different pieces start with one basic frame. Sewing center, serving bar, desk unit, grooming nook and room divider.
POPULAR MECHANICS Jan 1974 (v.141#1) pg. 63

Make this colonial cupboard (hutch) to display your best china. Two glass doors in top unit, open middle section, and two drawers and two solid doors in the bottom section. Built of solid pine boards and plywood with brass hardware.
POPULAR MECHANICS Jun 1975 (v.143#6) pg. 102

A colonial cupboard built to house a Sentry Standard safe. This one-door cupboard is 21"x22"x24" tall and is built from pine.
POPULAR MECHANICS Jan 1979 (v.151#1) pg. 84

Contemporary style hutch is actually a secretary desk with its drop lid removed. Unit is 70" tall, 36" wide and 18" deep. Has 3 storage drawers in base.
POPULAR MECHANICS Jan 1981 (v.155#1) pg. 97

Country cupboard. Solid pine linen chest for your blankets and quilts. Features two frame-and-panel doors and three interior storage shelves. Overall dimensions: 48" tall, 42" wide, 19" deep.
POPULAR MECHANICS Feb 1987 (v.164#2) pg. 90

Country cupboard. A contemporary version of an Early American cabinet that you can build. The base unit features 5 drawers and a large open shelf. The top unit (hutch) has two frame-and-panel doors concealing four shelves. Overall dimensions: 20" deep, 52" wide, 76" high. Built mostly of birch plywood and poplar.
POPULAR MECHANICS Mar 1988 (v.165#3) pg. 76

Early American hutch you can build.
POPULAR SCIENCE Jan 1964 (v.184#1) pg. 120

Desk, cabinet, cupboard combination is built from 2 sheets of plywood. Winning design in the 10th annual Popular Science/American Plywood Assn. contest.
POPULAR SCIENCE Aug 1986 (v.229#2) pg. 91

Trastero construction. Build a Spanish-style freestanding cupboard which features extensive frame-and-panel construction on front and sides. Suitable for use as a wardrobe, entertainment center, kitchen cupboard, etc. Overall dimensions: 72" tall, 35" wide, 16" deep.
POPULAR WOODWORKING #61 Jul 1991 (v.11#1) pg. 56, Insert

The! Cabinet. A large cupboard (38"x13"x71" tall) features four frame-and-panel doors with glass panels in the top and solid wood panels in the base. Three drawers seperate the top from the base. Unique grips are carved into the drawer fronts. A master craftsman project.
POPULAR WOODWORKING #81 Nov 1994 (v.14#3) pg. 55

Nostalgic jelly cupboard (13"x21"x49" high) features a frame-and-panel door.
POPULAR WOODWORKING #89 Mar 1996 (v.16#1) pg. 41

Chimney cupboard is reminiscent of Shaker styling. Features an upper door with six glass panels and a solid frame-and-panel lower door. Overall dimensions: 76" tall, 20" wide, 18" deep.
POPULAR WOODWORKING #100 Jan 1998 (v.17#6) pg. 52

Small tabletop hutch (26" wide, 20" tall, 8" deep) features two open display shelves and six small drawers. The piece is given an antique finish that includes distressing and a mouse hole.
POPULAR WOODWORKING #105 Nov 1998 (v.18#5) pg. 50, Insert

Commercial-grade china hutch. Learn how commercial cabinet shops save time and money by using shortcuts when constructing large display cupboards (such as this unit which is 72" wide, 12" deep, and 81" tall).
POPULAR WOODWORKING #108 May 1999 (v.19#2) pg. 22

Colonial hutch of white pine. Base and top are separate. Dimensions are 72" high, 46" wide and 19" deep.
SCIENCE & MECHANICS Feb 1965 (v.36#2) pg. 83

Classic china cabinet. Built of pine in two sections (upper & lower). Features an arched door with glass panels, decorative frieze, fluted pilasters, and raised panel doors in the bottom. Dimensions: 78" tall, 30" wide, 12" deep.
SCIENCE & MECHANICS Summer 1981 pg. 94

Country-style "hutch" expands upon an existing base cabinet. Paint the wall above the cabinet, frame it with a wallpaper border, and add wall shelves. Est. cost: $35.
WOMAN'S DAY Jun 15 1982 (v.45#11) pg. 82, 150

Shaker-style cupboard consists of two basic assemblies, the base cabinet and the upper case. The base cabinet measures 33"Hx36"Wx18"D. It features two upper storage drawers and two frame-and-panel doors which conceal a two-shelf storage cabinet. The upper case measures 44"Hx36"Wx12"D. It features two frame-and-panel doors, with a glass panel in the top third, concealing a three-shelf storage cabinet. Constructed mostly of maple.
WOOD MAGAZINE #4 Apr 1985 (v.2#2) pg. 59

Country buffet and cupboard. Part 2. Matching cupboard (48"x12"x43" high) has glass-paneled doors above a recess. It can either sit on top of the buffet or hang on a wall.
WOOD MAGAZINE #96 Apr 1997 (v.14#3) pg. 52

Contemporary hutch features a Scandinavian design, with frame-and-panel glass doors on the top, frame-and-panel solid doors on the bottom and a middle section of small drawers and pigeon holes. Built of maple plywood and solid maple.
WOODSMITH #13 Jan 1981 pg. 4

European cabinet and hutch. Features frame-and-panel doors with inserts of glass in the hutch and woven cane in the base cabinet. Built from oak plywood with oak trim.
WOODSMITH #22 Jul 1982 pg. 18

Jelly cupboard. The four panels in the full-length frame-and-panel door can be solid wood or punched tin. Overall dimensions: 20"x13"x58" tall.
WOODSMITH #87 Jun 1993 (v.15) pg. 6

Country hutch is built with knotty pine boards. Features an open-shelf upper cabinet and a base cabinet with two drawers and four frame-and-panel doors. Overall dimensions: 50"x19"x80" tall.
WOODSMITH #96 Dec 1994 (v.16) pg. 6, 16, 17

Chimney cupboard features pine construction, two frame-and-panel doors and a beaded-board back. Overall dimensions: 24"x14"x78" tall.
WOODSMITH #116 Apr 1998 (v.20) pg. 6, 22, 23
Added Info WOODSMITH #120 Dec 1998 (v.20) pg. 34

Building Spanish style. Reproducing an antique Trastero (large cabinet used for storage). Features decorative frame-and-panel construction. An advanced woodworking project.
WOODWORK #10 Summer 1991 pg. 74
Added Info WOODWORK #11 Fall 1991 pg. 4

Shaker cupboard-over-drawers (16"x24"x65" high) has five drawers and a frame-and-panel door that provides access to the 21" high top compartment.
WOODWORK #38 Apr 1996 pg. 34

Measured drawing for an 18th century Welsh dresser in oak. Unit measures 84" tall, 62" wide, 16" deep at the base and 5" deep at the top. Consists of a base unit with three drawers and an open shelf, plus a hutch top with four open-front display shelves.
WOODWORKER #1018 Sep 1978 (v.82) pg. 409

Pine dresser (hutch or breakfront) to fit an alcove. Dimensions: Over 5-ft. wide and 6-ft. tall. Upper display unit features 3 open shelves and 2 glass-front areas. Base storage unit features 4 drawers and 4 panel doors.
WOODWORKER #1040 Jul 1980 (v.84) pg. 440

Basic Chippendale. 18th century bookcase/cupboard. Part 1. Drawings, full cutting list, and construction details for the plinth, carcases and cornice. Dimensions: 79" tall, 41" wide, 16" deep.
WOODWORKER #1071 Feb 1983 (v.87) pg. 103

Basic Chippendale. 18th century bookcase/cupboard. Part 2. Moldings, doors, shelves, frames and finish.
WOODWORKER #1072 Mar 1983 (v.87) pg. 177

A dresser from Ireland. Dimensions and basic construction details for a large china cupboard. The upper unit features three glass-front doors for displaying china. The lower unit features three solid, frame-and-panel doors. Overall dimensions: 1890mm tall, 1620mm wide, 405mm deep.
WOODWORKER #1085 Apr 1984 (v.88) pg. 212

Drawings and construction details for a 16th century Dutch Renaissance five-door cabinet (milk cupboard; bread cupboard).
WOODWORKER #1100 Jul 1985 (v.89) pg. 520

Natty dressers. A look at Welsh and other dressers (cupboard, break-front, hutch, ...).
WOODWORKER #1104 Nov 1985 (v.89) pg. 838

The universal dresser. How to build a large Welsh dresser using a combination (universal) woodworking machine.
WOODWORKER #1104 Nov 1985 (v.89) pg. 880

How to make a country-style oak cupboard (livery cupboard). First appeared during the 16th and 17th century for use in parlours and halls. Sometimes used for storing food. Overall dimensions: 1016mm long, 1088mm tall, 431mm deep (40"x43"x17"). Features pegged mortise and tenon joints throughout.
WOODWORKER #1109 Apr 1986 (v.90#4) pg. 325

Country colossus. A large dresser (cupboard) is built of white ash in two halves (upper and lower). The upper hutch is 54" long, 40" tall, 7" deep and consists mostly of open shelves for displaying dishes. The lower unit is 54" long, 31" tall, 14" deep and has two large drawers and two large compartments behind frame-and-panel doors. The cupboard was build using only the "Kity K5" universal woodworking machine.
WOODWORKER #1116 Nov 1986 (v.90#11) pg. 966

A large dresser (cupboard) is made from pine. The base unit, divided into three parts, features three drawers and two large storage cupboards. The top unit (hutch) is divided into three parts, two of which are concealed behind frame-and-glass doors, and used to display dishes. Overall dimensions: 70" wide, 21" deep, 60" tall.
WOODWORKER Jun 1987 (v.91#6) pg. 520

Delightful cherry dresser (cupboard) consists of a base cabinet with two drawers and two frame-and-panel doors with curved top rail. The top (hutch) has two open shelves, frame-and-panel back, and a curved front rail. Overall dimensions: 65" tall, 40" wide, 16" deep.
WOODWORKER Jul 1987 (v.91#7) pg. 578

Dressing with style. The origins and variety of dressers (cupboards, sideboards, etc.), both Welsh and others. Several designs illustrated. No construction information included.
WOODWORKER Mar 1989 (v.93#3) pg. 264

Dresser/display cabinet. Base has two cupboards and six drawers. The top has three cupboards and glazed doors. Overall dimensions: 1500x450x1950mm tall (59"x18"x77").
WOODWORKER Jul 1989 (v.93#7) pg. 594

Dresser for the dining room. The upper display unit features both open shelves and end cabinets behind frame-and-glass panel doors. The lower storage unit features three drawers and three solid-wood frame-and-panel doors. Overall dimensions: 48"x18"x78" tall.
WOODWORKER Sep 1992 (v.96#9) pg. 55

Book store. A base cabinet with two frame and glass-paneled doors (37"x19"x32" tall) supports an open hutch featuring three shelves and a arch-shaped top (36"x14"x39" tall).
WOODWORKER Jul 1993 (v.97#7) pg. 33

Pine dresser fabricated from old church pews. The base unit features two upper storage drawers and two lower frame-and-panel doors concealing a storage compartment. The upper unit (hutch) features three open shelves backed with vertical tongue-and-groove paneling. Overall dimensions: 56"x21"x70" tall.
WOODWORKER Dec 1993 (v.97#12) pg. 52

The big breakfront. A large china cupboard with glass doors, mahogany door framing, mahogany veneer, decorative banding, broken pediment cornice, ... fills an entire wall and conceals a chimney brest for a new fireplace. Overhall dimensions: 158" long, 25" deep, 90" tall. Part 1. Dimensions for constructing the individual components (base, upper and lower carcasses, doors, ...).
WOODWORKER May 1994 (v.98#5) pg. 60

Big breakfront. Part 2. Making glazed doors and adding the finishing touches.
WOODWORKER Jun 1994 (v.98#6) pg. 44

Traditional Welsh dresser (complete with doors and drawers, plus a plate rack) is assembled using modern biscuit joints. The base features two drawers over two frame-and-panel doors. The hutch top features three open shelves and five small drawers. Overall dimensions: 79"Tx53"Wx14"D.
WOODWORKER Feb 1995 (v.99#2) pg. 14

Country styled hutch cupboard features 5 drawers and 4 frame-and-panel doors. Dimensions: 76" tall, 37" wide, 16" deep.
WOODWORKER'S JOURNAL Sep-Oct 1977 (v.1#5) pg. 12

Country cupboard is built from 1"x8" shiplap pine. Features two drawers and two doors in the base unit and a hutch-type back with a single open display shelf. Requires only very simple tools and techniques to assemble. Overall dimensions: 55" tall, 27" wide and 13" deep.
WOODWORKER'S JOURNAL Jul-Aug 1979 (v.3#4) pg. 10

Pine Shaker cupboard. A tall, narrow frame-and-panel door (10"x43") with two panels provides access to a 4-shelf storage cabinet. Dimensions: 51" tall, 20" wide and 15" deep.
WOODWORKER'S JOURNAL Jan-Feb 1981 (v.5#1) pg. 20

Stepped-back hutch. Reproduction of an antique hutch is simple in design and built with #2 common pine. Dimensions: 72" tall, 37" wide, 16" deep. Est. cost: $100.
WOODWORKER'S JOURNAL Jan-Feb 1982 (v.6#1) pg. 33

Shaker single-drawer cupboard also features two frame-and-panel doors concealing the lower storage area. From the Hancock (MA) Shaker Village collection. Overall dimensions: 38"x20"x29" tall.
WOODWORKER'S JOURNAL Jul-Aug 1985 (v.9#4) pg. 46

Pine hutch or cupboard combines Colonial, Pennsylvania Dutch, and Chippendale design elements. The hutch top has two open shelves and three small drawers. The base unit has two large drawers above a storage area concealed by three frame-and-panel doors, two of which open. Overall dimensions: 51" wide, 72" tall, 20" deep.
WOODWORKER'S JOURNAL May-Jun 1986 (v.10#3) pg. 36

Free-standing country cupboard features two large open-shelf display areas and two more shelves behind the bottom doors. Overall dimensions: 60" tall, 25" wide, 14" deep.
WOODWORKER'S JOURNAL Jul-Aug 1988 (v.12#4) pg. 50

Slant-back cupboard is a reproduction of one discovered in the cellar of an 18th-century New Haven, Connecticut house. Overall dimensions: 78" tall, 35" wide, 15" deep.
WOODWORKER'S JOURNAL Jul-Aug 1990 (v.14#4) pg. 32

Side-by-side chest/cupboad. The left half of the cabinet is a stack of six drawers. The right half is a frame-and-panel door concealing a compartment with adjustable shelves. The finish combines black paint with natural wood. Overall dimensions: 42"x19"x54" tall.
WOODWORKER'S JOURNAL Jul-Aug 1992 (v.16#4) pg. 50
Correction WOODWORKER'S JOURNAL Sep-Oct 1992 (v.16#5) pg. 8

Pine hutch. An Early American classic. The upper unit features four large open shelves against a background of vertical tongue-and-groove paneling. The lower unit features a vertical stack of four large drawers flanked on each side by a frame-and-panel door concealing a storage compartment. Overall dimensions: 70"x19"x81" tall.
WOODWORKER'S JOURNAL Sep-Oct 1992 (v.16#5) pg. 34

A simple Welsh dresser project executed in pine. The door panels and back consists of vertically-oriented tongue-and-groove paneling. Overall dimensions: 18"x54"x72" tall.
WOODWORKING #22 May 1991 pg. 34

Modern buffet and hutch featuring translucent plastic panels with silver storage and lighted glassware storage.
WORKBENCH Nov-Dec 1964 (v.20#6) pg. 14

China cabinet with inside lighting and glass doors in the Spanish style.
WORKBENCH Mar-Apr 1968 (v.24#2) pg. 29

Lazy-susan crystal cabinet keeps glassware handy on revolving shelves.
WORKBENCH Jul-Aug 1968 (v.24#4) pg. 34

Early American style dish cupboard featuring two glass doors. By changing the hardware and adding grills to the glass doors the style can be changed to Mediterranean.
WORKBENCH Jul-Aug 1969 (v.25#4) pg. 34

Set of display shelves is designed to convert an existing cabinet into a hutch.
WORKBENCH Nov-Dec 1971 (v.27#6) pg. 25

French-Provincial Bread Cupboard (English livery cupboard), circa 1740, is a replica of an original in the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, England. This highly unusual design is a bombe "cage" of fluted slats on the front and sides with spindles across the back. The pair of ornate doors in the center front have inlaid roses. Both the crest and apron are elaborately carved. Cupboard is 18" deep, 38" wide and 35" tall. Scaled drawing is included.
WORKBENCH Jan-Feb 1977 (v.33#1) pg. 44
Added Info WORKBENCH Jul-Aug 1977 (v.33#4) pg. 16

How to build a hutch with hand tools. Top section has glass paneled doors. Doors in the base have wood panels. Cabinet measures 36" wide,11" deep, and 64" tall.
WORKBENCH Jan-Feb 1977 (v.33#1) pg. 66

Combination buffet and hutch have arched doors. Base is 62" long, 30" high and 15" deep with two drawers and four doors to a pair of two-shelf compartments. Hutch is 58" long, 13" deep and 44" high with two compartments of three shelves each and glass-front doors.
WORKBENCH May-Jun 1978 (v.34#3) pg. 48

In-the-wall china closet has glass shelves and a recessed fluorescent light in the open center section. Top and bottom areas have closed cabinets. Unit shown was built in a wall against a stairwell and the open section is open on both sides.
WORKBENCH May-Jun 1978 (v.34#3) pg. 73

Norwegian decorated chest is a replica of one in the Bygdo collection (Christiana, Norway) created in the middle 1800's. Chest is 24" wide, 15" deep and 42" tall with two shelves inside. Front panels, door and cornice require elaborate carving and painting.
WORKBENCH Nov-Dec 1978 (v.34#6) pg. 20

Frame and panel hutch features stained glass panels as well as solid wood and clear glass panels. Dimensions: 36" wide, 16" deep and 73" tall.
WORKBENCH May-Jun 1981 (v.37#3) pg. 62

Curved glass china cabinet is a future heirloom antique. Overall dimensions: 38" wide, 12" deep, 75" tall.
WORKBENCH Sep-Oct 1984 (v.40#5) pg. 56
Added Info WORKBENCH Nov-Dec 1984 (v.40#6) pg. 21

Early American cupboard features fancy molding at the top that is assembled from several smaller pieces of molding. Three open shelves to display dishes are set above a storage cabinet with frame-and-panel door. Overall dimensions: 72" tall, 32" wide, 14" deep.
WORKBENCH Jan-Feb 1985 (v.41#1) pg. 59

Narrow hutch cabinet is built in two pieces. The open-shelf top unit measures 54" tall, 21" wide, 11" deep. The bottom cabinet features a frame-and-panel door concealing three storage drawers. It measures 30" tall, 22" wide, 17" deep. Two of these cabinets, bridged with one or more shelves, form a unique headboard.
WORKBENCH Mar-Apr 1985 (v.41#2) pg. 68

Pine dining set has subtle country charm. 48" diameter table disassembles into 6 pieces for moving. Chairs are assembled from several lathe-turned spindles and feature woven rush seats. Hutch consists of a buffet base featuring 6 legs, 3 drawers, scalloped stretcher, etc. Overall dimensions: 70" long, 13" wide, 37" tall. This is topped by a three shelf open display cabinet for dishes. Overall dimensions: 67" long, 42" tall, 9" deep. A wall-hung mirror in a decorative frame completes the set.
WORKBENCH Sep-Oct 1986 (v.42#5) pg. 2
Correction WORKBENCH Nov-Dec 1986 (v.42#6) pg. 27
Correction WORKBENCH Mar-Apr 1987 (v.43#2) pg. 36

Antique hutch "pot cupboard" replica from the colonial period. The base features 3 large drawers and two sections of storage shelves concealed by frame-and-panel doors. The top has three display shelves behind frame-and-glass doors. Four decorative carvings are positioned at upper corners of base and top. Overall dimensions: 60" wide, 82" tall, 18" deep.
WORKBENCH Sep-Oct 1986 (v.42#5) pg. 48
Correction WORKBENCH Nov-Dec 1986 (v.42#6) pg. 27

Pine trastero features the unique style commonly called "Southwest". This large, freestanding, multipurpose cabinet features two frame-and-panel doors, three interior drawers, three interior shelves, a large carved crest, mortise-and-tenon construction, etc. Ideal as an entertainment center. Overall dimensions: 30"x17"x78" tall.
WORKBENCH Dec 1993-Jan 1994 (v.49#6) pg. 50

Country-style cupboard. This large unit (37"Wx13"Dx79"H) features adjustable shelves behind two pair of frame-and-panel doors separated by a large storage drawer. Constructed of pine plywood and #2 pine boards.
WORKBENCH Mar-Apr 1998 (v.54#2) pg. 30