Published at Monday, November 19th 2018. by Jeanette Wright in Kitchen Table.
Height table and the reason we chose this project is is that we acquired these two nice cushion upholstered bar stools, so we custom made this table to fit them, and so there's A couple of measurements that you need to know if you're going to do a project like this and probably the biggest thing to know or most important thing to know, is the way that you determine the table height is the table. Height needs to be 12 inches higher than the height of the seat, so in this case, the height of the seat was 30 inches, so plus 12 inches makes this 42 inches.
The second thing is, is the width and normally, if you have like two chairs like this you'll want to have you want to add the distance left to right on each of the chairs and then add approximately one foot to give you the measurement of the inside Of the legs - and the third thing you need to know if you take the total depth of the seat and you need approximately two-thirds of that for the distance between the outside and wherever the chair is going to scoot in so once you've got those measurements, then You're ready to start, and so the measurements that I'm using that you're going to see next are based on the size of these two cushions, so without any further weighting we'll get to our construction.
Okay, so here are the materials that we're going to use for our construction. Today we have some two by fours that are cut up, and this is about slightly over four pieces: eight foot long pieces of 2x4, so it's really five and a quarter. So five eight foot, two by fours, cut into four pieces that are 13 inches. That's going to be part of the skirt on the narrow end and four pieces that are 42 inches, that are the legs for pieces that are 54 inches. That is a wide part of the skirt and then two pieces of reclaimed, 10-inch wide pine that I found at a garage sale. We'll get the construction set up. Okay, so I've got my construction here set up.
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