Season 10 - New Yankee Workshop Episodes
Norm spies a handsome, quartersawn oak roll-top desk, which inspires him to build his version of this American classic.
Norm uses reclaimed trestlewood to build his own outdoor chaise lounge design and in the process, learns quite a bit about current initiatives to harvest this unusual building material
Inspired by the endearing humor of whirligigs, Norm decides to build his own mechanized version of The New Yankee Workshop's logo, featuring Norm, himself, working at the table saw
Norm builds a portable chop saw station that can be used in the workshop or can be carted out to a job site to trim a house or to the backyard to build a deck
Norm crafts a glass-front bookcase out of mesquite and, in the process, educates viewers on how to work with this native Sonoran desert hardwood
With help from coppersmith Larry Stearn, Norm recreates a copper-roofed version of the antique cupola that once adorned its roof on The New Yankee Workshop
Norm recreates a reclining Morris chair out of quarter sawn white oak and in the process, shares his secrets for mastering the techniques required to build the chair's reclining back
He builds this antique-style library ladder out of recycled, longleaf Southern yellow pine and in the process, demonstrates how to craft its defining feature - splayed legs joined by a hinged crossbar
Norm replicates a stunning nineteenth-century, black walnut, drop-leaf dining table with graceful turned legs
Norm recreates this three-foot by six-foot linen press featuring streamlined, raised-panel double doors with detail beading out of recycled pine.
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