Furniture Project This Little Half Moon Table Is Something That Fits Well Into Virtually Any Living Room It Can Be Used As A Decorative Piece Where A Larger Table Won T Fit Or As A Snack Table That Can Be Moved To Any Chair Side As Needed
Furniture project this little half moon table is something that fits well into virtually any living room it can be used as a decorative piece where a larger table won t fit or as a snack table that can be moved to any chair side as needed is bookmark about Magazine bookmarked by allen with ID 13115461039 was uploaded on 21-02-2019 and has been viewed 143,861 times.
Half Moon Table I searched high and low for the right styling for this table and found that it just cannot be found in furniture stores.The inspiration for the design came from an antique which lets it fit into any decor.
The table can be built from pine, cherry, oak, or whatever stock you may have around.Ideally, the legs should be 1' thick and the two surfaces should be ½' thick.¾' stock works just as well, used throughout if you prefer.
My prototype was built from solid walnut tongue and groove wall paneling, ½' thick, glued to double thickness for the legs and cross members.I was most fortunate in finding a good quantity of this paneling at a give-away price in a used building materials store.
STEP 1 Prepare your stock by edge-gluing to required widths.My stock was ½' thick so the photo shows some parts being glued to double thickness.STEP 2 Using the grid diagram, transfer the profiles to your stock or to stiff cardboard.
Cardboard templates are an additional step that will pay off if you ever want to build the project again.When others see this little table, you are bound to get requests for more! Trace the templates...