Bed side table.

I made two of these for my daughter’s bedroom. They were made using the Beadlock system, which is I guess, the forerunner to the festool domino. The beadlock system is more than adequate if you are not doing production. I also used my favorite leg design, which I call the bayonet. Tapered on the two inside corners. As you might notice the shelf has curved edges which is also what I have been doing on many of my pieces..
Made from white oak and finished with homemade Danish furniture polish. Recipe to follow at another time. https://woodworkingweb.com/creations/3372-danish-furniture-polish
Table is 25"x 15" and 28" tall.
The shelf is inserted into 45 deg. beveled cut into the legs. This gives the shelf a very floating look, I think.
There is more to this story that will show up in a blog tomorrow if I can.
https://woodworkingweb.com/entries/1159-bed-side-table

—Madts.

Woods: white oak

Tools: beadlock

Tor and Odin are the greatest of gods.

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Brian ...

Very nice and even better as twins. You have to share your recipe.

a1jim ...

This table looks super nice work.

Moment ...

Great looking table , nice lines .

Tim ...

Great looking table. Your daughter will treasure these for a long, long time.

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Bed side table.