Walnut bedside tables

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Project by tylermckenzie posted 890 days ago 3677 views 18 times favorited 10 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Here’s some bedside tables i made for my wife and I. Mostly walnut construction besides the maple drawer bottoms, and baltic ply back/cleat.


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#1 posted 890 days ago

I dig it. The floating designs and clean lines always appeal to me. Sorry about your phone, though. ;)

-- Brian Timmons -

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#2 posted 890 days ago

Great design! With levies to suspend the bedside table should work just fine. You gave me a light!

-- António Guerreiro

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#3 posted 890 days ago

i’ve dropped that phone so many times, it was only time till i got a cracked screen, still works though!

Toninho – not sure what you mean by levies?


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#4 posted 889 days ago

Like the minimalist design.

-- bigfish "I am always doing what I cannot do yet, in order to learn how to do it." Vincent Van Gogh

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#5 posted 889 days ago

I like these types of wall mounted tables, great work

-- Norman

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#6 posted 889 days ago

Very nice.

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#7 posted 889 days ago

What a great idea, floating bedside tables.

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#8 posted 888 days ago

I am usually not a minimalism fan but this is nice. I love the walnut.

-- Josh; Former Pennsylvanian, current Coloradan

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#9 posted 887 days ago

I like it, nice execution.

-- Chris K

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#10 posted 875 days ago

Nice and clean to show off that wonderful piece of walnut you used for the bookmatched fronts. Looks like you used half-blind dovetails for the drawer front in the 4th photo? Did you use a french cleat to attach these to the wall, or just screw them straight into studs? Nice work.

-- Jonathan, Denver, CO "Constructive criticism is welcome and valued as it gives me new perspectives and helps me to advance as a woodworker."

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