|Project by dlgWoodWork||posted 09-30-2014 03:42 AM||818 views||1 time favorited||3 comments|
I just finished this simple cherry buffet table for my wife. I used pocket hole joinery because of the short time frame I had to build it in. I finished it with Arm-R-Seal and topped it off with a coat of Johnson’s finishing wax rubbed in with some 4/0 steel wool. It is super smooth and my wife loves it, which is the important thing.
I did not taper the legs because I was adding a bottom shelf. So to soften up the blocky look of the legs I cut a chamfer on the outside corners of each leg. I put the same chamfer profile on the bottom edge of the top.
The dimensions are 29” high, 14” wide, and 40” long.
All comments, critiques or questions are welcome.
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