Teak buffet – Create additional counter and storage space in the kitchen or dining room by making a simple buffet table to display your tableware and glassware. As well as to provide a service area for entertainment. It is also possible a buffet table to dress a hallway or to make an entrance inviting more. A simple buffet table can be done on a weekend and does not require knowledge of carpentry or carpentry. Choose a simple plan to follow. Or modify it to your style. And experience the pride and satisfaction of building your own furniture.
Four legged 35-inch cut from the two 4-inch by 4-inch stands. Cut eight 1-3 / 4 inch spacers from one of the 1-inch by 3-inch pine boards. Measure and mark the center 1 3/4 inches on one side of each post. Identify the upper spacer placement by marking 1 1/2 inches from the top end of each of the four-legged posts. Mark the lower spacer placement by measuring 4 1/2 inches from the lower end of each of the four legs teak buffet.
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Make teak buffet, align spacers on two leg posts, one to the right of the center below the 1 1/2 inch marks and one over the 4 1/2 inch marks, ensuring the spacer and post edges are flush. Align the remaining spacers to the left of the center and flush with the edges of the other two posts. Drill and countersink the positioning screw before attaching spacers to the leg posts with wood glue and 3-inch screws.