Hall Tree

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Project by Coble posted 09-10-2013 03:06 AM 3204 views 8 times favorited 7 comments Add to Favorites Watch

This is a Pine hall tree with mirror and chest, i recently finished. I drew up somewhat of a blueprint to go by but it didint come out exactly the way I drew it, changing things as i went. As far as the finish goes, I wanted a grey rustice look with the brown faded bead board. The grey stain I got turned out to be more blue when I applied it so i experimented with other stains and got the hunter green look. Thanks for looking!

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#1 posted 09-10-2013 03:28 AM

This is really cool, and love the design of it. Great job

-- The Old Rednek Workshop

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#2 posted 09-10-2013 04:17 AM

I love these types of seat pieces, I wish I had space for one, looks wonderful

-- Norman - I never never make a mistake, I just change the design.

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#3 posted 09-10-2013 08:52 AM

Great job has alot of character and interest…. Really nice.

-- Ken, "Everyday above ground is a good day!"

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#4 posted 09-10-2013 12:01 PM

Great job all the way around. I think the curved sides set this Hall Tree above most I see. Nice finishes too.

-- Dan, Naperville IL, I.G.N.

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#5 posted 09-11-2013 01:04 AM

Thanks for the comments guys. Its much appreciated. The curved sides is what I debated on for a while. I wanted something different than all the others I have seen.

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#6 posted 02-24-2014 06:17 PM

I really like your design, a very nice hall tree. What did you do for joinery for the panels that make up the chest (pic 5)?


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#7 posted 02-25-2014 03:30 AM

thanks John! All the joints for the chest and the entire hall tree are butt joints. and I used pocket screws on all the joints, and of course glue. Hope that answers your question.. thanks again man.

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