More than just a spot to work, this campaign-style writing desk lends stylish appeal to your den or office. Founded atop two x-shaped legs, its frame is crafted from manufactured wood and metal tubing, with chrome and plated glass accents for a glamorous look. It includes one drawer to keep the essentials on hand, like your favorite pens or stationary. Assembly is required for this 29.75'' H x 42.25'' W x 19.25'' D design.
- Top Material: Glass
- Base Material: Metal
- Assembly Required: Yes
It was actually my grandpa and his mother who built our house back in the 1960s so the house does have some age, but he always said that if he were to die that the house would fall apart, and within the 2 years after his death, we had our washer machine go-soon followed by the dryer; the deep freezer in my sister's room (which had run since they had got it back in the 70's) suddenly up and die the week we bought round $300 worth of meat and put it in there, replaced the sink after it flooded the kitchen, my mom's room got flooded and ended up having to be gutted and remodeled cause they found asbestos and black mold in the walls, when they went to remodel the bathroom and laundry room, they found that the concrete floor beneath bout 5-6 layers of old linoleum, had rotted and had to chuck it up and re-do it as well, the old wiring is acting up (but it needs to be replaced anyways-the only 2 sections still with it are my room and the kitchen), had to re-patch/re-tin the roof at least 3 times for water-damage and air pockets/bad insulation...I could go on but I believe I have moved away from the subject at hand so I shall take my leave now.
So my approach was to cut four initially holes as guide and then precision make a square tube and cut that into the pine board; which with a sonicrafter I can do. I used this approach because the blade of the sonicrafter is wider than the posts on the tea trolley; whereas making a wooden square tube to snuggly fit the posts then using the sonicrafter (which does a precision cut) I can make these tubes snuggly fit into the table top; as described in detail below.