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S5 E13: Tall Pine Clock

Norm builds a tall pine clock based on an English country clock found on London's King's Road

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S5 E12: Secretary Desk

Norm builds a secretary writing desk out of pine

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S5 E11: Redwood Arbor

Although Norm researched arbors in old England, the one that he builds is inspired by versions from the New England island of Nantucket

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S5 E10: Butcher Block

Norm's version of the indispensable kitchen staple, the butcher block, features a hard endgrain maple top instead of the usual parallel grain. Go to The New Yankee Workshop to see measured drawings for all projects

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S5 E9: Pine Cupboard

Norm teaches viewers how to make flat panel doors as well as glass panel doors for the display area of this English country cupboard

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S5 E8: Hanging Corner Cupboard

Norm Abram builds a four-shelf hanging corner cupboard, inspired by an 18th-century original, is built from hard sinker pine but has a plywood carcass to bolster stability

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S5 E7: Sideboard

Norm's take on a sideboard is white oak with three drawers, fiddle-shaped legs and a pot board (a large open shelf between the legs for storage)

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S5 E6: Pantry Table

Norm Abram builds a simple, versatile English country pantry table that can serve as a bedside table, writing desk and more

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S5 E5: Outdoor Planters

Norm creates two outdoor planters: one that's square with raised panels and a second that's simpler, larger and rectangular, with vertical slats

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S5 E4: Missing Episode: Oak Coffee Table

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S5 E3: Delft Rack

Norm Abram shows how to build a Delft rack - an oak rack that is the ideal way to display china and figurines - with a cornice molding built up from up five different-shaped pieces of wood that "read" as one

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S5 E2: Plant Stand

This tall English country plant stand is perfect for a temperamental fern

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S5 E1: Victorian Kitchen Table

Norm builds his version of a perennial favorite, the Victorian kitchen table, using a design that combines the best features of three tables he studied in Britain