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For instance if you want a much fancier table...you could start with the mirror support from a dresser like this: (but please only used junky unloved pieces, not antiques in good shape, i cannot advocate destroying good or even refinishable pieces.)http://russellvilleantiques.com/wp/wp-content/uplo...
You might note that the scrollwork comes WITH the source antique part, you dont have to add it. Yes the pics were retrofitted as there were no originals, but it is a concept here not anything involving any detailed thought.
As stated you can make the top of the flat table to your desired dimensions. And add supports of your choosing as desired as well. As far as the process, I think "paint it white" is pretty self explanatory, as is screw to the wall. If you wish more detailed painting instructions there are several to choose from on this site.
Sometimes you dont take pictures and have to retrofit things. lol. The whole project just requires a mirror with it's support ,and something of the desired dimensions to put on top of the table to fit your needs. The mirror doesnt have to match at all actually, and there are an infinite variety of the basic turn of the century dresser mirror you can use from plain to fancy. As far as the picture of all the pieces on the floor, I indicated what you would choose in a typical neighbourhood garage sale, or what might be laying around a salvage shop, etc. Not all the pieces show would be used for this project...thus the arrows showing what would be useful in the pile for this case.
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If you can acquire an antique bit and brace, it is the best way to cut post holes in foam. Very slow and controllable, and nice wide bits. https://cdn.instructables.com/FZW/VGMT/G9NH97FU/FZ...
i truly love simple costumes that just WORK. good show.
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hard not to make a joke given that line, but....at the neighbour's trailer, havent been there. Same as a fence i would assume. pressure treated.
glass stovetop cleaner is fairly harsh, but it cleans it up with almost no work. may scratch though. test.
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