|Project by gizmodyne||posted 04-30-2009 03:43 AM||3123 views||1 time favorited||8 comments|
Picture 1. Finished Cafe table.
Picture 2. Top View
Picture 3. Full view of top
Picture 4. Breadboard end with walnut pegs.
Picture 5. Looking out to porch.
Our laundry porch space looked like this when we bought the house.
We relocated the machines, stripped the wood, and re-did the plaster.
I also made windows for the back of the porch.
In time for the recent home tour, Kristin wanted me to make a small table for the space.
A few years back Kristin’s school was being “renovated” and all of the old built-ins were going to the dump. With permission, we took some random school shelves that happened to be fir.
I planed two shelves down and glued them back together.
I squared the shelf and ran a tongue for the breadboard.
Cleaning up joint.
I tried just pinning with 1/4” dowels but ended up screwing through the breadboard and plugging the ends.
The base was ordered from a restaurant supply store for $25.
Someday we might make a new base but it was a quick fix for the space.
-- -John "Do I have to keep typing a smiley? Just assume it's a joke." www.flickr.com/photos/gizmodyne