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Install them right the first time.
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This glass-top coffee table features basic joinery and adds the bonus of extra storage.
The hardware required for the glass-top coffee table is pretty bare bones. From Rockler, I ordered four corner brackets (#24281), a package of 2" hangerbolts (#24455), a package of wing nuts (#61358) and a package of ¾"-dia. nylon glides (#24232) for the bottoms of the legs. The ribbon-figured (quartered) mahogany I used on the top panels was ordered from Certainly Wood. Their number is listed below. And when you’re ready for the glass, give your local supplier a call. Be sure to have them polish and ease the edges.
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