You don't have to be a professional woodworker to make this slender side table. Simply order the elegantly shaped legs and
the ready-made mortise-and-tenon aprons and add a top of your choice. Use wood glue and clamps to assemble the aprons and
legs. Let dry, lightly sand, stain, and seal. This top started with a piece of 3/4-inch plywood edged with lengths of 1-by-1.
A sheet-metal shop fabricated the copper top to fit like a lid over the plywood, which is screwed to the frame. To add interest
to the surface, the copper was dimpled (from the underside) using a hammer and nailset.
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- The Pampered Guest: From Architectural Digest, Jane Smith Productions, (404) 555-4893; Norman Peabody, (890) 555-3223
- Fit For a Prince: William and Janine Ltd., (800) 555-3223
- Crisp and Modern: Frank Randolph, 011-44-654-654-6546