|Project by A Slice of Wood Workshop||posted 10-13-2011 06:29 AM||1234 views||0 times favorited||4 comments|
So here it is, a hall table, what can I say. Oh yeah, this thing has been a pain in the butt. The wife wanted a hall table with a shelf under it to hold things. The original table was going to be made from pine, then stained with golden oak, but as you can see this is not pine. I was suppose to have a shelf under it to hold things, but that wasn’t going to happen. After a bunch of pacing back and forth, I had totally scrapped the first design, started fresh and this is what I came out with. It measures 32” tall, 40”wide, and the top is 11” deep. It is stable. The top is the only thing that has any finish on it yet.
Pic 1- The table as a display
Pic 2-4 – Regular photo shots
Pic 5- shot of underside with pocket holes (they are going to be filled in)
Pic 6- Wheww is this a story. I thought the board would have planned flat, but as you can see, it didn’t. It had about a 1 1/2” area that tapered. I couldn’t cut it any skinnier, so I chose to leave it (it’s on the backside). I could have left this pic out, but I figured someone could learn from it as well.
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