This is the Side Table to a contemporary desk I posted a last month (or so); constructed of Walnut & European Beech.
From the Desk, I’ve re-used the back legs; then modified these legs to form a complimentary front set. The shelf is supported by the front legs, and M&T (Dominos) into the back legs. The table top is supported by risers above the shelf (front) and the back legs. All joints are M&T.
More than a few… the most instructive would be that I should have used a precise template to form the legs: subtle variations in the legs become annoying to me – the back legs have a decorative/functional spline which rises above the splaying arcs, and the legs should symmetrically move away from the spline as they rise – a detail point, but it may be a good ‘look-out-for-this’ to others.
As is customary for my projects, the Layout time is at least 50% of the overall build time.
If anyone has any questions, please let me know.
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