This is a woodworking model for a hall table, each entity is a seperate component that can be manipulated and measured individually.
A demi-lune is the name that was often given to tables shaped like this (or a half-moon to us English-speaking folk). I was asked to make the table to stand in front of a mirror in an entrance hall.
Wow! Is the reaction I heard when I brought this table out of the shop. The curly maple panels and the jet-black legs make this small table a project that really stands out. But what I find more interesting are the techniques used to build it. The cutting diagrams and materials list are available to download in this Online Extra.
Since purchased legs are available in a variety of woods, styles, and sizes, this project can be quickly modified. This matching sofa table is just one example of this and it is even easier to build than the coffee table. This alternate design option is available to download in this Online Extra.
Here is a perfect table for use in a front hall, behind a living-room sofa or in your bedroom for showcasing your favorite knickknacks. Besides being narrow enough to fit in a variety of locations, its two drawers provide convenient storage for small items.
Most of the woodworking projects I build have parts that are straight, flat, and square. But every so often, it is nice to break out of the box and throw in a few curves. That is just what this accent table is all about, curved stretchers.
A beautiful, contemporary table for any room in the home. Use it against a wall in an entryway or family room…or behind a sofa to help define a living area.