Video: How to build Stickley-style ottoman

In this Laguna Tools video, the Thoughtful Woodworker with Will Sandry takes on an ottoman project built from White Oak lumber that is covered with leather upholstery and features pyramid-shaped Deco tacks to finish it off

Built with traditional mortise and tenon joinery and leather upholstery, this ottoman is an instant classic. Also, learn to match a Stickley Onandaga finish. Primary tools include a Laguna Fusion F2 tablesaw, and a Laguna 1412 Bandsaw.


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