|Project by ShannonRogers||posted 04-12-2009 06:46 PM||2000 views||1 time favorited||6 comments|
This is a little Shaker bedside table for my sister-in-law’s new house. She really like simple clean lines and like painted furniture. With this in mind and a tight deadline, I built this table out of construction grade pine I had floating around the shop. Amazing how nicely this “low quality” lumber finishes up. The drawer is rabbetted with Miller dowells in Walnut for support.
Finish is black paint with 2 topcoats of Polyacrylic and a final rub down with Renaissance Wax. I chose the knob for the Japanese Chrysanthemum motif.
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