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Moroccan bedside tables

comments (0) October 9th, 2012 in Project Gallery
basilico basilico, member


The bottom part of the tables was cut from 3/4 inch plywood. All 4 sides have the same measurements.  The tops were made from wood I already had and which I had been saving, but I could have built them from plywood also.

I searched Google Images for moroccan tables and also Moroccan designs, which I adapted for both the table and the stencils.  The table tops were stained and the table bottoms were painted with a similar color of semi gloss latex.


Design or Plan used: My own design - Basilico
posted in: Project Gallery, Moroccan tables, Moroccan painted tables, painted furniture, stenciled furniture
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