Published at Thursday, 08 November 2018. End Table. By Angeline Kidd.
Then I use the same spacers as well as a 1 by 6 scrap to make sure that the fascia board lined up with the front of the box after I scented the drawer to 220 grit, I put two coats of a dark walnut Danish oil on the Face as well as on my leg next, I needed to put a pull on the drawer face and the hardware company Brousseau was nice enough to send me one of their awesome brass poles. So the guys Abruzzo asked me if I wanted to check out some of their hardware and I said definitely - and I've got to say this stuff is really nice, not to mention it's all made in the USA. So I'm gonna leave a link in the description. So you can go and check out Bruce's website and keep your eye out because I think I'm gonna have a project in the future too.
Next, I need to be able to make my back fit, so I use 2 pieces of MDF to represent the sides of the box that way the back can fit in and now that all my cuts were done. All I had to do was glue and Brad nail it together, and this thing went together super easy because since I cut everything on the table saw everything was really square and fit perfectly. This was also my first time getting to use my airstrike brad nailer from Ryobi, which was super cool because I never got tangled up in a court since it's battery-powered next, I made sure and used wood filler on all of my Brad nail holes as well as On all the seams between the board's, then I used three coats of white primer. I ended up using two cans of primer and one can of spray paint with all my primer dry. I cut all of my pieces for my drawer to length. Then I ran them through the table saw these are left over 1 by sixes from my headboard.
Next, I painted the metal feet on the bottom of the legs gold to match the hardware, and then I could install the hardware for the legs. I wanted to install the legs, though, until I sanded and painted the box with two coats of a semi-gloss white. It came out really really nice and finally, with all that done, all I had to do was assemble it and I've got to say this thing is beautiful, so I am really digging this project. It's a super classic mid-century design, but I think the gold on the legs and the brass hardware really give it a modern chic, updated look. So this thing came out awesome. Now there are a couple things I want to go through before you build it first off. I use 12-inch legs for most people. This is going to be too short.
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