|Project by kccatfish||posted 12-29-2011 01:05 AM||1400 views||3 times favorited||4 comments|
My daughter Scottie, works for a big law firm here in Kansas City, Mo. and ask if I could make a coat hook that would slip over the Herman Miller office dividers since there was this rule… that you can’t drive nails in them (go figure!!). This is what I came up with. It is just 3 pieces of wood, of which the legs are 7” and the butt joint block is 3 5/8” all glued and screwed with pocket hole screws and a 1/4” cap to cover the screw holes on top. The first one I made of some scrap Oak I had and it was such a success that all my daughters office roomies wanted one too. The next two I made of some scrap Walnut and was able to sell them for $40 each. Hey, that’s pretty reasonable considering what lawers make these days!