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#1 posted 02-13-2018 06:11 PM

One possibility that would work is to make double sided legs so you get support in both directions at the top. It is not as good as stretchers lower down but it should work and you can always add a shelf later. It involves mitering the corner where the two parts meet to give it a clean appearance, tapering the leg pieces to the bottom and making the compound angle cuts at the top and bottom of the legs to get the angles in you illustration.
I drew a quick example in the attached image.

-- Les B, Oregon


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