Back In The Shop This Week.....New Coffee Table...With Storage....Check out how I Biscuit Joined The Top

After a bit of a break from the shop to do some home painting, I stepped back into the shop this week. This weekend I built a custom piece for a customer, with a busy household. Together we designed a functional coffee table to store the kids board games, lego, and coloring books. I made the table out of Pine. I used butterfly hinges for the top and chains on the inside to ensure that they tops when open do not flop open and hurt a little one.

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This is what it looks like with the top closed.

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And this is with the tops open. Here are the biscuits that I used to do the top.

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The pictures did not turn out that clear, but this is my Biscuit Joiner.

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This is it with the clamps on drying.

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Then just add the chains for security

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There you have a multi function coffee table. I hope you have enjoyed this piece.

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This is beyond beautiful. Unreal how talented you are. Very impressed with your works.

Love that. I hope to be able to build something like that soon with my lumber. I haven't even used my biscuit joiner yet, or any biscuit joiner for that matter.

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