Vardo Table

Third try is the best.  After trying two other solutions for the table front, this is what I decided upon.  Oak with a simple brass sash pull.  Not very exciting I know, but still an important detail.

The two visible screw heads will be plugged to hide them better.  I just haven’t made it that far yet.

There are more small fixes and additions that have been made, just waiting to be posted here.

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About George Crawford

archaeologist, archer, primitive technologist, and wannabee fiddler...mostly
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2 Responses to Vardo Table

  1. Kevin says:

    I haven’t been able to figure out is just above the table and just below the sliding bed frame. It seems to have an end cap, like the one you put on the end of your table. Is it a small drawer, or cutting board that pulls out.

    I just finished the install of my table. I was pretty nervous about getting the slides to work well. I”m pretty pleased. The table is nice and snug at both ends of the slide. It’s hard to believe that I got it right the first time; I mean really, when does that ever happen?

    • That’s great! I am happy if I get away with only doing it twice. The little thing above is a ledge to keep the extender board from sagging under my massive weight. Probably unnecessary as I went with oak but nonetheless…

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