Building Granite Kitchen Table with Storage

Mar 28th

Kitchen table with storage is an elegant addition to modern and newly furnished homes. Granite is a strong stone that works well for many table applications. It is easy to clean, heavy and stable, making the table for several years. Granite tables are likely to cost several hundred dollars, but many people save a lot of money by buying scrap granite tiles. A large part of the cost that goes to granite countertops.

Kitchen Table With Storage Canada

Instructions

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Lay two of your 16-inch oak boards flat and parallel so the outer edges are 20-inches apart. Enter your 20-inch oak kitchen table with storage on top of the 16-inch discs perpendicularly so that the 20-inch edge is level with both ends of the 16-inch discs. Screw the 20-inch board onto this 16-inch disc. Pre-drill a 3/32-inch hole for each screw and countersink a 3/8-inch hole that is a 1/4-inch depth. Screw one more 20-inch on board so it is parallel to the first 20-inch board, but then it is 6 inches away. Repeat this process with your two latest 16-inch and 20-inch discs. These are the sides to your table.

Stand both sides of the kitchen table with storage perpendicular, so 20-inch board that is level with the ends of 16-inch board on top. The 20-inch discs should be in between 16-inch discs, and 34 inches apart. Screw your plywood to the bottom 20-inch discs. The 20-inch pages of plywood would contravene the 16-inch discs, and on top of 20-inch discs. Screw the 42-inch oak board’s sides of the table. There should be a board on each side. These boards will provide stability to your table. Fill all holes around the screw heads with wood putty and allow drying.