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  1. elm TV table

    It's a table for our LCD TV and DVD player. Drawer is for CDs and DVDs. It's made from european elm. Drawer is from birch. All finished with 2 layers of hard wax oil.
  2. Cherry Widescreen TV Stand

    Completed May 2005. After purchasing a widescreen TV, I opted to make a stand that matched my end table and coffee table. I incorporated the same design elements from the previous tables to include the top edge profile, fluted legs, and beaded frame members. Side panels are normally...
  3. Portable TV table for Better Vision

    I just finished making a tv table (cart) for the benefit of my wifes eyes. I would have bought a bigger tv but she said all she needed was for the tv to be closer to her eyes. Nuf said I used the same style that that our main tv is on that I made around 1982. Solid red oak no plywood this...
  4. TV Table

    This is my first foray into pocket hole joinery. I was a bit skeptical about the whole thing, but figured since it seemed to be so popular, I'd give it a whirl. I got the Kreg mini jig, which is just a single hole jig and the pocket hole drill. You supply your own clamps. Anyway, I built this...
  5. 125 year old reclaimed Fir living room furniture

    The attic in our 125 year old Victorian had Fir moldings, trim, stairs and floor boards. When I wanted to build an office up there I pulled up the old floor boards, insulated and used 3/4 ply for the floor. All the boards were begging for a project so I hand planed everything, glued up stock...
  6. Custom maple tv table

    I made a odd shaped tv table to replace a long tolerated rectangular table. The top is maple and he base is poplar.
  7. TV TABLE WITH BASKETS •

    SEPT 30, 2020 After getting a bigger TV SWMBO wanted a place to put it. While shopping she saw a table with baskets so thatʻs where this project started. Although it made it harder I decided to combine oiled walnut and painted wood in this project. The top was made from walnut veneered...
  8. TV Table

    This project was my first venture into using a tortion box technique. It turned out nicely but it was a real learning process. I went with the tortion box design for a couple of reasons. 1) I wanted to keep the weight down and 2) I wanted to create internal channels to run all of the wires. I...
  9. Got tired of a particle board TV stand so built a new one

    We got tired of our cheap particle board TV stand falling apart more and more every time we tried to move it a little. So I put this one together. It is made from curly maple, bubinga, cherry and ebony.
  10. Birdland Modern TV Display Stand

    Birdland Modern TV Display Stand medium- Curly Maple, Figured Oak, Purpleheart not for sale created fall/winter 2012
  11. Two Ottomans/TV tables with construction video

    As part of the remodeling, I'm beginning to make some of the furniture. We had one old ottoman. I decided to make two new ones and have them double as throw blanket storage and tv tables. This is the result. Two ottomans (hassocks) are made of cherry, finished in waterlox satin. The top pops up...
  12. TV Table with Storage Drawers

    We needed a stand for the TV and our primitive sound system and also storage for videos/DVDs/CDs/remote controls, etc. . We used Fiddleback Maple with Black Walnut and my husband designed a modern, timeless design that won't go out of fashion. Most of the construction was done by my husband...
  13. TV Table of Beetle Kill Pine

    My wife and I share a rickity small table between our TV chairs. Some place to set drinks, eat dinner, keep magazines and all the little stuff you don't want to get up and go get. She had wanted me to build a table for there but when the Parkinson's really took hold, I couldn't even make small...
  14. Art Deco TV Table

    Finally! A project isn't really done until it is posted on LJ's, is it? Needless to say this was a very challenging project, at least for me. It seems like every part had to be built or rebuilt, finished and refinished a number of times before getting it right. And I had to 'invent' or at...
  15. Completed TV table

    Well, I'm finished with it. I decided to take my time and try something new. Due in part to all the positive comments and inspiration that I've experienced here at Lumberjocks. White oak and aspen..stain/poly & tung oil. This project turned out to be a lot of fun. Hope you guys like it.
  16. Marketplace Classifieds
    Multiple power tools for sale in Fairfax, VA: Rikon 10-325 14" Bandsaw. Includes HTC mobile base and several blades including 3/4 wood slicer. Used, good condition. $600 Pick-up & Cash only Delta 17-935 Drill press mortising attachment, includes case and 4 bits. Will ship if paying with...
  17. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    So I have been tinkering around with wood working for about 6 months now. Made a couple of bookcases, and some shelves for the bathroom and discovered 2 main things 1) I really love working with wood. The art of creating something is just appealing to me. 2) My fathers 1960s era tablesaw...
  18. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I just went to mount some cabinet doors using self-closing hinges. These were 3/8" x 3/8" semi inset doors. I have not used self closing hinges in AGES-so I am first to admit there may be something obvious I am overlooking. No matter how tightly I screw the wing down-I have about a 1/8" gap...
  19. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Anyone own the new G1023RL and care to offer up a review? I've not seen any reviews of it yet, and I'm quite curious. I've read all the 1023R vs 0690 posts, but I have yet to see anyone that actually owns the 1023R post on this topic.
  20. Hand Tools
    I just found a nice old Stanley Mitre Box on Craigslist. The gentleman who listed it had inherited from his grandfather back in the 60's. Since he never really caught the woodworking bug I gues he's had it in his basement for the last 50 years or so. I met him at his house where he had dragged...
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