Wall Art/Furniture...DIYable???

by DIY Maven

Wall Art/Furniture...DIYable???

Designer John Nouanesing’s Fix It On The Wall Furniture is a piece of art and, when you need it, a coffee table and four cushions, and I’m thinking it’s DIYable. Picture it, you fabricate your cushions, table top and legs, and then you trace their images on a piece of plywood. (Maybe even sandwich two together to get some depth.) You cut out their shapes with a jigsaw and then apply that to another piece of plywood. A couple coats of paint and...

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Fish Tank Coffee Table.

by Chris Gardner

Fish Tank Coffee Table.
 
Have a look at this excellent coffee-table shaped aquarium from Clear-Seal. Each coffee table comes with a "toughened glass top" with polished, rounded edges for safety, a light diffuser, a progressive filter system. In your choice of finishes: Dark Oak, Light Oak, Limed Oak, Medium Oak, Yew, Mahogany or Mirrored glass, and in several size.
 
But, with the tips offered by these guys, one could surely come up with a DIY version customized to fit...

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Build A Mid-Century, Noguchi-ish, Spaceship Table

by Chris Gardner

 

Build A Mid-Century, Noguchi-ish, Spaceship Table

With very minimal woodworking know-how, I built a mid-century-ish, Isamu Noguchi-inspired “spaceship” table for under $80. The top is similar to Noguchi’s 1948 “Noguchi Table” and the legs are inspired by Noguchi’s Akari series of table and floor lamps.

[When I first made the table, there was no Curbly.com, so I didn’t think to take step-by-step photos. However, I decided to remake the legs to adjust to the height of my new sofa, and...

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