Build your own seating with these free woodworking plans for chairs. Add comfort and style to your home with free project plans.
These plans are for a Mission-style Roman chair without a back but could also be called a stool with arms. It is smartly sized to fit in nearly any space.
This junior rocking chair in early American styling makes an attractive project. The height of seat is 10-1/2 in., but can be increased to 11-1/2 in. if the child is over 6 years.
The curved back arm chair matches this rocking chair.
The Morris Chair is made entirely from 1 x 4 and 1 x 6 pine, about 40 dollars worth.
This is a vintage settee that is build for 2 people.
Morris Chair Plans
This chair has a reclining back, wide arms and expansive seat and is built using pegged mortise-and-tenon joints.
The leather back mission arm chair is of simple design and construction. This chair is suitable for any room of the house.
Dining Room Arm Chair
Build a slat back chair with arms for dining comfort. Also plans available for the side chairs and a matching sideboard.
Build a mission dining chair with free plans. This dining side chair features vertical back slats and a traditional mission style. Leather upholstery is used on the seat.
The Captain’s Chair is a long-time favorite that is enjoying renewed popularity. Extraordinarily versatile, it will add to your decor whether you favor traditional or modern.
Build a mission style dining side chair – simple design and construction.
Child’s Chair Plans
An easy to build chair using pine wood and assembled using glue and screws.
Rocking Chair Plans
This mission style rocking chair features a slatted backrest and would be perfect on your front porch.
A Break Down Chair
A high-backed chair that breaks down flat and has no pegs or wedges.
Build a mission style chair with armrests complete with a cushioned seat.
Using construction and joinery of a turner; all the structural members are turned, with only the seat made with flat panels.
This dining chair with arms will enhance the beauty of your dining room decor.
Child’s Ladderback Chair
Here is a very simple and sturdy child’s chair that any home-crafter can build even if he has only a little turning experience. It’s recommended to build the chair from maple, oak or birch since any of these hard woods will take a lot of abuse.
A colonial chair in maple makes a satisfying project, being easy to build and offering no great problem in upholstering. A chair of this type combines well with conventional two piece overstuffed living room suites and also makes an attractive bedroom chair.
Build a dining side chair with free plans. Also plans available for the arm chairs and a matching sideboard.
Wrap-around dado joints make it easier to build this arm chair than you might think.
A Windsor-styled traditional looking chair known as a bow back or hoop back.
Reproduce a turn-of-the-century arts and crafts classic chair.
This concept isn’t very new. Actually, it’s been around for 25 years. Instead of your mother having to remind you, the chair itself stops you from slouching. This project should only take two days to build, finish and upholster.
Build a Morris chair that’s an inviting blend of classic and modern, and a comfortable addition to any outdoor space.