Mid-century modern style is very popular now, and if you want to follow this trend and make something, we offer this chair from designsbystudioc.com. You’ll need 1-1/4″ pocket hole screws, 2-1/2″ pocket hole screws, 1-1/4″ brad nails, T-bevel, wood glue, sandpaper, finishing supplies and lumber. Cut the pieces for the sides to length. Draw all of the angled cut lines as shown, then cut using a jigsaw or a bandsaw. Clamp the two pieces together and sand as one piece. This is called “gang sanding” which helps the piece be more identical in shape. Cut the pieces for the front legs. Draw the taper on the pieces, then cut using a jigsaw or a bandsaw. Keep reading the tutorial at designsbystudioc.com.