Side Table

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Introduction: Side Table

About: They Call me Wallace.

small side table very easy to make

Step 1: Materials

two 8 x 23 x 3/4 inch wood. Pine in this case.

two 8 x 8 x 3/4 inch base and top.

wood glue, Small nails, saw,sanding paper,drill,drill bits, router,

Step 2:

Cut the wood 7 inches to 1 inch as seem in picture. do the same to both pieces.

take one piece and stand it up rite. so the one inch side is on the top.

get the other piece and flip it so the mall side 1 inch is on the botom. Glue this two pieces together

and repeat .....

Step 3:

you will end up with two pices looking the same. get the 8 x 8 piece of wood and glue the vertical pieces to it .

get the other 8x8 piece and glue it to the top.

Round the edges of all if you like.

Step 4:

sand it and stained it and you are done.

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    11 Discussions

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    evachar60
    evachar60

    9 months ago on Step 4

    Can I make this taller?

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    stevenarango
    stevenarango

    Reply 9 months ago

    Yes of course but in that case the base and top need to be bigger

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    evachar60
    evachar60

    Reply 9 months ago

    What a great table you made. Thanks so much

    To be honest, the digital drawing had me thinking at first that the end result was going to look more computerised. Perhaps the material choice eventually made the final product a little too simple for a complicated design.

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    markgrogan
    markgrogan

    1 year ago on Introduction

    What a unique looking table! I am constantly being surprised with the amazing work that I see on this site. Some of this stuff really should be submitted for design competitions and this is one of them!

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    stevenarango
    stevenarango

    Reply 1 year ago

    thank you for your kind comment. i like making all kinds of things.....

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    UdyRegan
    UdyRegan

    1 year ago on Introduction

    I love how you've rendered everything first before doing it up! I would have just used pen and paper to get a gist!

    Wow, that looks like an almost impossible design. To have it physically made into a tangible piece of furniture makes it even more interesting. I would spray coat it with a metallic finish to make it look even more futuristic.

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    stevenarango
    stevenarango

    Reply 1 year ago

    i'm glad you liked my table... ty

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    Alex in NZ
    Alex in NZ

    1 year ago

    Really nice little side table. Thank you for sharing the idea and the making :-)

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    stevenarango
    stevenarango

    Reply 1 year ago

    thank you... i needed a place to keep my drink while watching TV