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The decorative “X” bracing along the sides of this table are sure to draw attention. What’s really interesting is how simple they are to make.
No special hardware is required for the coffee table. The beveled glass panels were purchased at a local glass store. The table was stained with General Finishes’ Candlelight oil stain and then sprayed with two coats of lacquer.
This wall-mounted mirror brings the bedroom suite to conclusion. And like the other pieces, you’ll find the mirror has the same great look and is just as easy to build.
Entertaining family or friends in the near future? Then this stylish serving center is sure to be a hit at your next gathering. Simple construction techniques ensure success from start to finish.
The bar was stained with a mixture of equal parts General Finishes’ Candlelight and Brown Mahogany oil stains and then sprayed with two coats of lacquer.
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