We’ve been rapidly unpacking boxes as stock come in, and putting the retail portion together. It’s been really fun, but really tiring. I’ve never loaded and lifted so many large piece for furniture in my life. Autumn and I have pretty much moved an entire house in the last few weeks. I have to tell you, as women, I am impressed with ourselves. We are pretty mighty. Not only is it amazing what two small women can lift, but there’s certain amount of wonder with how much crap my mini-van can hold. We are using vintage furniture for display, and we’ve had entire dining sets in there. It’s like the Tardis (Any Dr. Who fans out there?), or a clown car. Some days, we load it up, and when we take stuff out, it just keeps coming! Yesterday, we put together the Makery tables. We wanted something fairly simple, with plain tops.We also wanted something that has lots of room to do projects on for all of our classes! Large hairpin leg tables seemed to be the way to go, and they were super affordable too.
I used hairpin legs in this coffee table project, and loved how easy they were to put together, and how they look too. They have such a classic style.
I bought a pre-made table top, so it was just a matter of putting the legs on.
The legs came with the screws, so that was even better. It took about 20 minutes to assemble the large hairpin leg tables.
It was also matter of spacing. I needed to make sure that weight was going to be supported in the center, even though these were good size table tops.
I managed to get three put together for the Makery. It’s really coming along now that we have the cabinets in place. It’s funny how one day it is complete chaos, and the next it seems like it’s actually coming together! I can’t wait to show you what it look like!
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