Heirloom Project This Mitred Coffee Table Includes Clean Lines Storage And A Chance To Add Some Interesting Visible Joints It Also Provides A Comfy Place To Put Your Feet Up After A Hard Day S Work If You Choose To Add A Dedicated Cushion
Heirloom project this mitred coffee table includes clean lines storage and a chance to add some interesting visible joints it also provides a comfy place to put your feet up after a hard day s work if you choose to add a dedicated cushion is post about Magazine bookmarked by mitchell with ID 14044451682 was uploaded on 08-04-2019 and has been viewed 145,987 times.
Build A Modern Coffee Table Photos by Rob Brown; Illustration by Len Churchill INFO: DIFFICULTY - 3/5, LENGTH/TIME - 3/5, COST - 3/5 We recently purchased a new sofa, so I anticipated my wife's next question: 'What sort of coffee table are you going to make us?' We wanted something with clean lines and some storage.
The option to put your feet up at the end of the day was also a plus.MaterialsI opted for PureBond plywood, by Columbia Forest Products, for this project, as it's formaldehyde free and is harvested responsibly.
I had the 4' × 8' sheet ripped in half in-store so it would fit into my vehicle and would be easy to handle once I got it into my shop.I used solid maple edging to cover the plywood edges.To add some contrast, and to match my existing decor, I chose black walnut for the base.
Start with the plywood top sectionI cut the sides and top from one continuous piece so the grain would wrap around the piece.At this point the long blank was still 8' long, while the other was about 41" long.
I ripped enough 1/4"- thick solid edging to cover the front and back edges of these...