|Project by tim387||posted 02-14-2016 07:31 PM||740 views||4 times favorited||4 comments|
Made this Several years ago as one of those what can I do next projects. I used pine just in case it didn’t turn out like I wanted. On this “throw together as a I go” job my what’s next imagination was better than usual. I didn’t want to just make a 3/4” boring wall mount so I sliced the edge back a few degrees to give the board a lighter feel. I matched the angle on the side piece to get rid of the standard boxy shape and help the lines look better.
The front edge of the boards were cut down to 5/8” from 3/4”. I tilted my blade so it was just out of the wood at full hight to get the most cut back. It ended up being 34” wide 12” high and 8” deep.
I’m thinking to remake this in cherry to go with the rest of my furnishings. Note to self #47, redo coat rack….
-- Tim S. Top notch stick kicker