|Forum topic by mahdee||posted 11-19-2013 01:12 AM||640 views||0 times favorited||2 replies|
11-19-2013 01:12 AM
Working on this project for someone special and not using any plans in advance, I have come to an snag as it relates to drawer handles. This coffee table slab is the second to last of a walnut tree I cut 23 years or so ago. The center of the wood was mostly rotted and was replaces with a cherry, copper and gem inlay looking like a tree with leaves.
Here is the look from the top:
Here is what it looks like from end look:
I have already made the drawers which I am not too happy with, but the problem is that the drawer handles I have made are too thin to use a screw to secure them to the drawer face. Here is what they look like:
Thought about making a cooper screw and pre-drill the handles, but because of the shape of the handles, I am not sure if that would look right. Would using some quality epoxy be my best bet or???