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Hideaway Table

Hideaway Table

Hideaway Table

In the past when I built a project from plans, those plans either took up valuable benchtop space, or hid tools on the wall. I needed a place to put them where they'd be within easy reach, but out of the way.

Inspired by the slide-away cutting board in my kitchen. I made the hideaway plan table, shown below. Because I left a 3/4" space between the plan table and the benchtop, I can slide the table away, even if plans are attached to it with thumbtacks or push pins.

- Kevin Boricic, Mitchell, Ontario


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titusbl wrote:

This is a very cool idea! I have been thinking of a way to do something similar in my kitchen, a kind of hideaway kitchen table. Is there a way to adapt your plan to have a larger surface area, such as almost double the depth of a kitchen counter?

12/16/2009 05:56:45 PM Report Abuse

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