Published at Saturday, November 17th 2018. by Harriett Benjamin in Armchair.
A really comfy armchair at home, but you haven't got a side table all you really want to build or make a side table. This piece of timber here is going to make you the easiest little table. Besides your comfy chair for a beer or for food or for anything and it's so simple, the first thing we're going to do is measure out your three bits of timber. Most important one is the width of the arm of your comfy chair. The width of the arm on my comfy chair is 92 mil. So that's the size I'm going to make my frame.
The Tim is coming down. The arm. I'm gonna make them 200 mils. Okay, I've got my three bits of timber. These are going to be going down the arm of the chair, and this is the actual top that your beer sits on. Now you need to measure the width of the arm of your comfy chair on the underside of the top of your table. Stable mine is 92 mil. I'm gonna use a ruler and a pencil and set it up. I've marked where the sides are going to be on the underside of the top of my little stable table.
Now I'm going to drill some holes that through here and then we can screw the sides to the top just to clean up the top of my little stable table, I'm going to put a team fur just around the top corners there just to neaten it up. Okay, there you have it a stable table, a little bit more sanding, then some stain and she's ready for a beer there. You have a stable table for the comfiest chair in your house.
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