Norm designs and builds a deck chair made of plantation grown teak and specialized brass hardware designed to withstand the elements
Norm builds a butcher block-topped chef’s table which includes a built-in knife rack, towel racks, and pull-through drawers.
Norm builds classic kitchen cabinets with double glass doors and a bottom unit with raised-paneled doors for storage.
Norm created this season’s home workshop accessory to expand the function of the common table saw.
Norm builds an attractive, custom-designed teak bar that promises to hold everything a party giver needs.
Norm crafts a hutch out of 200 year-old pine featuring two glass-front doors, a drawer for storing linens, and a lower cabinet with raised-panel doors.
Norm introduces viewers to the seventeenth-century craft of wood steaming when he creates this charming hat rack out of oak
Norm crafts two distinctive wooden trays, a more primitive fruit tray out of recycled pine, and Norm introduces metalsmithing for the first time on The New Yankee Workshop when he fashions the cherry tray's hardware out of brass