|Project by Art||posted 336 days ago||882 views||4 times favorited||11 comments|
I built this for my nieces after their vanity table seat broke. It’s made of maple, held together with mortise and tenon joints, and solid as a rock. The oak plugs are just for decoration; the only screws in the piece are the pocket hole screws that fasten the top to the base. The girls were enthralled and amazed that their old uncle Art could actually build such a thing, and I made them promise to pass it down at least a couple of generations, ha ha. It boldly supports even my brother-in-law Tommy, who comes in at about 230 pounds. He says it’s really comfortable, too, and I warned him that I better not catch him sitting on it at the vanity, admiring himself in the mirror.