Homemade End Tables

Wednesday, January 22nd 2014. | Living Room Furniture

No one forbids you to make homemade end tables. Woodworking is a special skill that not all people have. If you pick this sort of skill, why don’t utilize it to make furniture? Here are some tips that you can follow. An end table has many functions. You can put it anywhere. While many people use these tables to display books, magazines, decorative items, and other things, in fact almost anything can be displayed on top of an end table.

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Should you make it on your own? It is not a hard question, though. If you really have woodworking skills, then you can try to make it yourself. First thing first, you have to determine where you would put it. See the layout of the room where it will be placed. Next, consider how big the size you will make. For a large room, you will need a larger table. If you want to use it to adorn a small room, then you also need to go with a mini table. When it comes to design, just choose a simple one for practice. If you are a professional woodworker, you could try a complicated design.

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A professional usually takes hours to finish a simple or even a complex project. Now, adjust it with your skills. For a beginner, you can see a project plan in a woodworking magazine. Nowadays there are many websites selling furniture plans. By looking at those plans, you can make a piece of furniture easily. Then again, please start with a simple design. Trying a hard one without enough skills will only slow down your work. A simple end table takes hours to finish.

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You can start by collecting materials, see a design, and test the tools. Some tools would be required to help your work. The more complex a plan, the more tools you will need. Follow the instructions step by step. Do not miss a step or your plan would fail totally. Please do it carefully to ensure your safety. Working with nails and a hammer requires a high focus.

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