|Project by Earache||posted 12-16-2014 02:05 AM||906 views||4 times favorited||7 comments|
Wife wanted a small side buffet table for the dining room. I happened to have some more 2’ X 6” red oak lying around so I cut some to length and the glued up a top. She wanted a rather small frame and legs for it, so I went with .1875” X 2.00” hot roll steel flats with one 90 degrees to the other. Formed an X leg system for it. Legs were then powdercoated a matte black.
Top is roughly 42” wide by 18” deep, 2.000” thick. Light stain and polyurethane finish.
Perfect fit along a small wall in the dining room.
This was a quick and easy project that made the wife very happy. Win / win!
-- Eric - Black Hawk, Colorado