Finished up the table with some stain and a handle I found lying around the garage, put up the trim and Voila, Fin, Finished, Wife loved it, great fun...
This is a Jewelry Armoire I built for my wife for Christmas this year (Yes, I gave it to her early). Basically put together with scrap wood I had in the garage, and I did cheat for the trim and went to Ace Hardware.
Usually I pretty well document any project I work on, but in this case i just got really into getting this table built, so I only have a few pics of the table assembly for this but ill guide you through, the first pic here is the table top, measurements for the board are 16"x13 1/2", also rounded out the edges. You can also see my homemade router table
Step 2: Table and table drawer
Just had A thin piece of board for the bottom, and sides, I show more side assembly while building the armoire if it is something you are not familiar with, had some table legs around I used...... well.... for the table legs, had a piece of plyboard for the bottom, with 2 inch squares cut out on the sides for the legs to fit through, cut the boards for the sides and put it all together, I apologize for the lack of pics for the table but I got caught up in building, you know how that works I'm sure. Measurements for the Legs are cut to 2'
Bio:Well my name is Brian, I live in Toledo, Iowa with my beautiful wife & Daughter, I play guitar and drums and I love working on guitars and trying to experiment with building. Work alot with scrap wood...read more »