|Project by pashley||posted 09-16-2014 08:59 PM||2839 views||1 time favorited||9 comments|
This lady in Chicago contacts me about wanting an elevated dog bed.
The deal is that the dog is sleeping with her, and it’s just getting too messy with hair and all – but she wants the dog to feel like it’s still sleeping with her.
Initially, she just wanted some sort of dog bed on a platform, with little stairs going up to it, so the dog could enter and exit at will. The bed was to be the same height as the human bed.
So I suggested that she make the elevating portion of the project and actual side table, so that if in the future if she wanted to move the dog bed to the floor, she could easily, and still have a table out of the deal, and she agreed. So, here is the project I came up with. The dog bed simply snuggly clasps over the sides of the top of the table – a friction fit. The top is cabinet grade QSWO ply.
I think the table came out especially well.
All quarter sawn white oak, except for a couple of cherry garnishments. Poly semi topcoat.
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