Thanks! I do feel like I didn't do the breadboard ends properly though. They should have been proud of the edges of the coffee table panel so the wood movement of the panel doesn't go past the end boards and expose the long tenon. The long tenon should have been cut short of the edges and the groove on the end boards should have been a stopped groove. That way when the wood does move it looks better if it passes the end boards. That is what I see could have been done better. Maybe if a reader wants to make this coffee table they will read the comments before starting and make those corrections.
Thanks! Yeah it bothers me when people come over and put their feet on the furniture too. Were they reaised in a barn?!
I thought it strange when I saw it done at frist too. Thanks.
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Thank you very much!
Thank you for this. I appreciate your kind words.
Thank you! It really was. There was a lot of time put into this bed.
Thank you bery much, Kirk!
Thank you so much.
Thank you! It took about 8 months to make, mostly because I took many small breaks from it.
Thank you! She certainly does enjoy having her own bed with flowers in it.
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Stunning! Absolutely stunning, thank you for sharing! It looks great!
I used pine 1x6s for the bench seats from The Home Depot. After the paint has fully dried i started with 80 grit paper, then 150, and finished with 220. A couple passes with a paint scraper would yield better results though.
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Thank you! It was a fun build and my first metal project.
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Overall height was 17". Since the 2x4 material was milled to 3" wide and on edge that makes the base 14" tall.