Thanks to Cynthia for sending in this awesome looking table project! Check out the full build on Instructables.
My last build was the (martini) side table for my seating area.
After I finished that it was time to replace the clunky and ugly side table next to the boy’s stylish chair.
He had one request, namely that it had a drawer.
I had one idea, it had to have EL wire.
I had an old piece of damaged plywood from a temporary table. It was doing nothing but taking up space. I was determined to turn that into his table, somehow.
I decided an ellipse would make a nice table top, as it would visually look smaller than a rectangle shape having the same, usable surface area. Plus, I like curves more than 90 degree angles, all organic-looking and stuff.
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