Trestle table plans have existed at least since medieval times. And even now, if your house is furnished with modern or early American or minimalist, there is an easel table that will fit well with it. It will look good with chairs or benches (either upholstered or exposed wood), and decorated with any of the simple shapes or ornamental carvings. This simple design fits with many different styles, and it is not difficult to build.
Make an I-shaped set using one of the 2 x 8s (easel), four each of the 2 x 4 and 1 x 4, and two of the feet. Propagate glue on one side of a 1 x 4, then use it to cover the “base of the I” that you created in the last step. Flip this set carefully over to the other side; Then repeat the process with another 1 x 4 on this side. Repeat this process at the other end of the 2 x 8. This will complete one of the leg sets. Glue and hold a 3 x 3 foot from the bottom of each of the lower leg stems.
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Repeat these first four steps with the rest of 2 x 8, 2 x 4 x 4, 1 and the feet to make a second set of legs. Attach the leg assemblies using the 2 x 6. Measure 12 inches from the bottom of each leg. Miter both ends in all four of the 2 x 2 pieces. Position of the table, the cavity down, on the upper part of the legs. The legs should fit perfectly in the cavity. Fill bolt holes and nails with wood putty. Let it dry, then sand and finish the table to your liking.
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