|Project by MikeAZ||posted 07-06-2016 03:48 AM||523 views||0 times favorited||1 comment|
This maple changing table is the second nursery furniture piece I made for my son. It took me about two months to complete working weekends and some week nights. I used mortise and tenon joinery for the legs and rails. The shelf slats are sitting on a cleat made of 1/4” plywood. For the top I wanted to use the maple I had lying around. I had an off colored piece that made for a decorative strip down the center, it has grown on me. The top has a 1/4” round over and is attached using ‘L’ brackets. In the future I plan on adding some shelves that pull out from underneath the top (last photo). The changing table is finished with salad bowl finish.
-- Mike, AZ