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Project by tylermckenzie posted 07-08-2012 08:02 PM 3856 views 16 times favorited 14 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Here’s floating console table in white oak with ebonized drawers, i completed it last week.

thanks for looking

Tyler
http://tealandgold.blogspot.ca/





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TomTinkerSum

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#1 posted 07-08-2012 08:12 PM

Nice piece Tyler. I was doing some ebonizing on a project for the neighbor. Any ebonizing recommendations from your end? Always looks nice when the grain pattern flows around the corner, like you did here.

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BigDaddio

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#2 posted 07-08-2012 08:15 PM

Really nice, I wanted to make a pair of something similar as nightstands, well smaller… How did you attach it to the wall?

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tylermckenzie

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#3 posted 07-08-2012 08:18 PM

Hey Tom, by ‘wrap’ do you mean edge banding? The drawer fronts are solid and the end grain isn’t hidden. The only tip i can give you is sand or scrap the surface to perfection, the black will show it all.

Tyler

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Rob Vicelli

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#4 posted 07-08-2012 08:36 PM

Very nice, Contemporary look

-- Rob V

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tylermckenzie

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#5 posted 07-08-2012 08:36 PM

Hey Big,

Just screws into stud,

Tyler
http://tealandgold.blogspot.ca/

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tyskkvinna

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#6 posted 07-08-2012 09:04 PM

but screws… where?

it’s awesome!

-- Lis - Michigan - http://www.missmooseart.com - https://www.etsy.com/people/lisbokt

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tylermckenzie

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#7 posted 07-08-2012 09:32 PM

Hi Tyskkvinna,

Behind the drawers, where they’re hidden.

Tyler
http://tealandgold.blogspot.ca/

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Yupa4242

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#8 posted 07-09-2012 12:06 AM

I was just about to ask about your mounting option and now see the above posting :) I like to use pocket holes for surface mounting when feasable. Your method works just fine :)

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tool_junkie

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#9 posted 07-09-2012 12:19 AM

Looks really cool! Great comtemporaty look! Well done!

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felkadelic

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#10 posted 07-09-2012 03:14 AM

Is the notch in the top for running an electrical cord?

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tylermckenzie

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#11 posted 07-09-2012 04:48 AM

Hi Felkadelic,

yes its for a cord of some sort: table lamp, clock, iphone, etc…

Tyler
http://tealandgold.blogspot.ca/

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zlatanv

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#12 posted 07-09-2012 04:57 AM

Great look, nice work!

-- Z, Rockwall, TX

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Bj_D

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#13 posted 07-09-2012 02:05 PM

I did something similar for DVD storage in teh living room and used heavy duty L brackets screwed into studs. That thing won’t budge . To camo the brackets, I painted then the wall color. You barely even notice once the DVD’s are in.

Awesome design.

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meikou

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#14 posted 07-09-2012 03:29 PM

Very nice and minimal, just my cup of tea.

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