Published at Thursday, 08 November 2018. End Table. By Angeline Kidd.
Next, I cut a dado into my two sides. Pieces didn't know. What's going to hold the 1/8 inch plywood for the bottom of the drawer Now I had the idea to do a sort of hidden dado to where it's not on the front and back piece just the sides. I haven't really ever seen. Anyone do this, but I thought it was a mean idea and I'm holding the back piece on with red nails, but I'm just gluing the drawer face on and clamping it down. Don't worry. It's plenty, strong trust me. I made sure and cut two spacers one for the bottom and one for the front of the drawer slides that way. I knew that everything was consistent now with the drawer resting on the bottom of the box. I put as many playing cards in the top as I could, and then I knew that if I cut the deck in half and put half of those on the bottom half on the top, it would be even spacing.
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.
Mid-century modern end table on modern builds. my first cut was to rip it to 18 inches wide and out of that big piece, I'm cutting to 21-inch pieces leaving over a 6-inch piece. That's gonna be the back. Now, there's a somewhat advanced cut and if you're not comfortable with it remember, you can always use a circular saw and without moving my fence. I cut two more 21-inch pieces this time out of the small 6-inch piece.
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