|Project by JimChrisawn||posted 03-25-2016 10:38 PM||740 views||3 times favorited||3 comments|
A little over a year ago we moved into a new home. The entryway needed a table but nothing very wide would work. We couldn’t find anything that fit the space, so at the request of my dear wife the build began. This table is made with all hand tools and motise and tenon joints. The wood was rough sawn red oak. It was all sized and hand planed to four square and the table was assembled without crews but only Titebond 3 and nice tight joints. It was sanded through 600 grit and finished with wipe on poly. It was a fun project and fits the space quite nicely. The top measures 46” wide and 11” deep. Two functional drawers make a nice place to put the truck keys when I come in. Of course more than that fins its way in.
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