Building a Round, Patterned Coffee Table // DIY Woodworking



Today on Modern Builds I’m building a modern, oak coffee table with a gradient pattern of relief cuts in the top and hairpin legs for a simple, mid-century modern style base. I’m in my buddy Chris Salamone’s shop this episode that was filmed during our “Rockler Retreat” in Whittier California. If you want to build this project for yourself, make sure and check out the PDF plans in the written article linked below.

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Materials and Supplies: (links will be included in final draft)
2″ Thick White Oak
Hairping Legs: http://bit.ly/2VTBFOb
Circle Cutting Jig: http://bit.ly/2UGYUyq
Flush Trim Bit: http://bit.ly/2DlwUWy
3/8″ Doweling Jig: http://bit.ly/2VWDcmA
India Ink: https://amzn.to/2V8aSAp
Kreg ACS: http://bit.ly/2Itc2Ri
Silicone Glue Brush: http://bit.ly/2Dk9UXC
Gorilla Wood Glue: http://bit.ly/2W1mEK0

Written Article Coming Soon:
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