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Project by DarrylJN posted 07-23-2016 08:38 PM 2567 views 7 times favorited 14 comments Add to Favorites Watch

I just finished making this Armchair Table for our one recliner that doesn’t have an end-table. We just don’t have the room to add an actual end-table so I figured that something like this might suffice. This is Walnut and Maple that has been finished with a semi-gloss water-based poly.

-- Darryl ~ Waxhaw, NC





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Roger

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#1 posted 07-23-2016 08:53 PM

Super nice Daryl. I like the design and the wood combos. How’d you attach the top and bottom? Thnx in advance

-- Roger from KY. Work/Play/Travel Safe. Keep your dust collector fed. Kentuk55@yahoo.com

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#2 posted 07-23-2016 09:15 PM

Thanks Roger! I used 1 inch pocket screws and Titebond III to attach the top and bottom. The pocket holes face the side of the chair so you can’t see them which worked out well.

-- Darryl ~ Waxhaw, NC

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Roger

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#3 posted 07-23-2016 09:22 PM

Ahhh. Very good. I’ve been thinking of doing a table similar to this. My couch is close to the door, and a table that slid underneath like this would be ideal.

-- Roger from KY. Work/Play/Travel Safe. Keep your dust collector fed. Kentuk55@yahoo.com

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#4 posted 07-23-2016 11:17 PM

i like the racing stripe – nice project :)

-- Greg Simon

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DarrylJN

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#5 posted 07-24-2016 12:10 AM

LOL! Thanks Greg!

-- Darryl ~ Waxhaw, NC

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#6 posted 07-24-2016 12:17 AM

Very nice work

-- Nature created it, I just assemble it.

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#7 posted 07-24-2016 12:58 AM

Very nice. Like the combination of walnut and maple. What did you use for the floor of the glass holder?

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#8 posted 07-24-2016 01:30 AM

Handy and stylish. Well done

-- I'm not creative, I'm just bad at copying

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DarrylJN

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#9 posted 07-24-2016 07:04 AM

BB1, I used a 3 inch forstner bit to make the holeand, which is about an 1/8 inch deep, and then I cut a 3 inch circle of cork that I picked up from Michael’s Arts and Crafts. I used Loctite spray adhesive to apply the cork.

-- Darryl ~ Waxhaw, NC

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majuvla

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#10 posted 07-24-2016 09:51 AM

Nice work and wood colour contrast. I like that glass stand insert.

-- Ivan, Croatia, Wooddicted

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#11 posted 07-24-2016 01:23 PM

It’s very creative and looks nice.

helluvawreck aka Charles
http://woodworkingexpo.wordpress.com

-- helluvawreck aka Charles, http://woodworkingexpo.wordpress.com

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#12 posted 07-24-2016 03:18 PM



BB1, I used a 3 inch forstner bit to make the holeand, which is about an 1/8 inch deep, and then I cut a 3 inch circle of cork that I picked up from Michael s Arts and Crafts. I used Loctite spray adhesive to apply the cork.

- DarrylJN

Thanks. I may need to give something like this a try.

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Ken90712

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#13 posted 07-27-2016 09:38 AM

Nice job. Very functional

-- Ken, "Everyday above ground is a good day!"

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DarrylJN

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#14 posted 07-27-2016 12:01 PM

Thanks Ken!

-- Darryl ~ Waxhaw, NC

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