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Sofa Table Plans

Sofa Table Plans

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Published by Anna
http://www.takethesidestreet.com
http://www.takethesidestreet.com

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Published by: Anna on Jan 10, 2012
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Sofa Table Plan
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Material list:
 
1 sheet 3/4" MDF (4'x8')
 
2 - 1x2, 6-ft long
 
4 - 1x3, 8-ft long2-inch nails for your nailer 
(I used an 18-gauge brad nailer)
 1 1/4" nails for nailer 
(for the trim)
wood glue
 Note:
If you buy 1x2 and 1x3s that have the sharp cornersit's going to be easier to hide any seams. I think these boardswere a higher grade and cost a bit more than the ones I'veused before with the rounded corners, but it's going to makea nicer finished product. I think it was definitely worth theextra cost.
Cut list:
1
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62" x 15", MDF - top2 - 56.5" x 12", MDF - interior shelf & base3 - 9.5" x 12", MDF - small cubby dividers3 - 14" x 12", MDF - large cubby dividers2 - 25" x 12", MDF - table sides4 - 1x2 x 28"
(If you want your legs an inch or two longer I think it would be fine)
 4 - 1x3 x 28"
(again, make these longer if you want your legs longer)
 4 - 1x3 x 54.5"4 - 1x3 x 9"
 Note:
Each 8' long 1x3 will give you a 28-inch, 54.5-inch and 9-inch piece.
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I'm including a diagram I made of how I had my brother-in-law cut the MDF (remember how I'mafraid of table saws?) -- we got all the needed MDF from one sheet, but it was close in a couplespots (remember, each sheet is actually 49" x 97" inches so you do have a teensy bit of room for sawcuts). Use your own discretion and be smart!
Instructions
 
Step 1 -
(a)
Using a nail gun and wood glue,attach the 56.5" interior shelf to both of the25" sides of the table.
(b)
Do the same with the 56.5" base(yep, the photo to the left is flipped) tocreate the start of the larger, bottomcubbies.
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Step 2 -
(a)
Find the middle point of the base or interior shelf, and center your first 9.5" vertical di-vider on that line (orange line in diagram below is center of base). Make sure it's straight, then usewood glue and nailer to secure the divider to both the base and the interior shelf.
2(b)
Measure 13" from the edge of your newlysecured center divider and mark a line for thenext divider. Make sure it's straight (tip: use aspeed square as in photo below) and securewith wood glue and nailer through both the
Step 3 (a) -
Mark the underside of the top piece to help you center it on the table.
3(b)
- Apply glue to the top ends of the tablesides, flip the tabletop onto the base, center it using your marks on the under-side, and attach it with a nailer. Do notworry about the fact that the table sags a littlein the middle and it wobbles from side to side.All in good time, friends. All in good time.
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Want to make =)
can you tell me where you were able to find the baskets that fit so perfectly?
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what kind of wood did you use? I would love to try this!
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