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Project by Kelen posted 692 days ago 1935 views 0 times favorited 6 comments Add to Favorites Watch
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Built a small side table in our soon to be filled nursery, next to my wife’s chair.





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dakremer

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#1 posted 692 days ago

thats a really nice table kelen! i like the design! What is it made of? what was the finishing technique to get that nice smooth white paint look?

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Kelen

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#2 posted 691 days ago

The majority of the frame is made out of white pine, and the shelves are made out of MDF. I sprayed it with my HVLP with a primer and then did a couple of finish coats (sanded lightly) in between. It’s not quite as smooth as the picture looks but it turned out pretty good.

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Rick

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#3 posted 690 days ago

Very Nice Indeed!

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Vududude

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#4 posted 294 days ago

This looks great! My wife found this just googling for nursery side tables. Can I ask what kind of joinrery you used, especially at the apron to the wider face of the legs?

And would you mind sharing the dimensions of the lumber and cuts?

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Kelen

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#5 posted 294 days ago

Glad you liked it Vududude. I used pocket hole joinery throughout. The top is 14” x 18”, and it’s 24” tall.

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helluvawreck

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#6 posted 294 days ago

This is a nice clean piece. Congratulations.

helluvawreck aka Charles
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