X Base Accent Table

DIY X Base Accent Table Plans - Rogue Engineer 2

When Anika from Little Free Monkeys reached out to me to collaborate on these accent table plans I knew I had to. I considered building this very nightstand a while back and never got around to it. I think Anika did an amazing job on this one so make sure you head on over to her post to see photos of her build.

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X Base Accent Table Plans - Dimensions

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How to build a X Base Accent Table

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X Base Accent Table Plans - Step 2

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  • Gustavo

    Sir,
    I was hoping you could assist me. How do you calculate the angles on the legs when trying to make angled legs. I have just started building furniture and I notice you do it a lot. Are there specific tools or just plain math? Which by the way I am really bad at.
    V/r,
    Gustavo

  • Brian B.

    Instructions don’t say, but I assume you use drawer guides for the drawer? Thanks.

    • No, we didn’t use draw glides on this. Its a slip fit, you can wax them for a smoother glide.