|Project by Rich_LI||posted 03-19-2014 06:37 PM||843 views||0 times favorited||6 comments|
I made two nightstands to match two antique dressers for my daughter. The dressers were 100+ years old, I had disassembled and refinished them a few years ago. I used the same techniques to build the nightstands, no screws, only traditional joinery. The only “short cut” I did was how I made the bent top draw, I used 4 layers of 1/4” oak ply with relief cuts , glued and clamped in two clam shell braces using Polyurethane glue, then trimmed them and veneered the edges. I included one picture of the dresser I copied. This was a good Father Daughter project
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