A truck load all for $140, which by the way, will only get me 7 - 9 pieces of red oak at a home improvement store (ain't that crazy?).
I got these good wood because I gave myself a challenge, to furnish my entire formal dining room from buffet to table to chairs! BUT, I don't expect to finish this challenge myself and won't be surprise if I ended up buying them haha!
DIY Dining Buffet
(2) 1 X 8 X 57-1/2 & (1) 1 X 3 X 57-1/2 (top face)
(2) 1 X 8 X 54 (bottom face)
(4) 1 X 8 X 32 (sides)
(4) 1 X 5 X 32 (partitions)
(2) 1 X 8 X 15 (middle shelf)
(4) 1 X 4 X 15 (wine rack)
(3) 1 X 4 X 14 & (3) 1 X 3 X 13 (hanging glass rack)
(8) 1 X 3 X 4 ( legs)
Glue and clamp the pieces listed on the Cutlist to make the top and bottom faces.
Glue and clamp the pieces listed on the cutlist for sides to make the two sides.
Add the middle partition 5-1/2" apart (can add one more piece to close the gap, I want the wine labels to show on the sides that's why I built it this way).
Attach the wine racks, make sure the front and back matches.
|wine rack detail|
Make the hanging glass racks.
Turn the table upside down again (if this table talks it already complained :) and attach the glass rack.
Bevel, sand and attach the legs using glue and screws while on upside down position.
Turn it back up and add screws.
Let the glue and wood filler dry completely and sand.
Next would be the back, doors and shelves..........check back later :) Pin It