Published at Thursday, 08 November 2018. End Table. By Angeline Kidd.
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.
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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