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Limbert-style End Table Woodworking Plan

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An Arts & Crafts classic in the style of Charles Limbert, the flowing lines make of this end table make it a natural fit in many interiors. Using just basic tools and a few fasteners available at any hardware store, you can machine and assemble its 10 parts in a weekend. Though we used quartersawn oak and stained it dark to stay true to its roots, this table would look great in cherry or walnut, too.

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WOOD Issue 236, November 2015

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