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With this table, my kitchen is done!

With this table, my kitchen is done!


I’ve finally put the last piece on the kitchen puzzle in place; the rehab project is now officially done. It was this small table in a curved corner. I wanted something that continued the countertop run from the right side of the stove, but was moveable and more open than another boring base cabinet. Plus, it’s where the cat food bowls go (notice JJ searching for a snack?), so I left enough room under the (removable) slatted shelf to accommodate them (but removed the bowls for the picture…right when JJ got hungry).

The base took me only an afternoon to build, thanks in large part to loose-tenon joinery with a Festool Domino (plus, I ran the tapered legs on the jointer).

DominoBitThe Domino is an amazing tool that cuts mortises on square or angled parts, and the fence system makes it simple on both the vertical or horizontal. I borrowed a Domino from a friend, but if I made furniture for a living or did a lot of chair work, I’d absolutely buy one for myself.



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