Chrome Bar Cart Also A Kitchen Island

Author: calvin | Categories: Dining Room comments
Wooden Bar Cart

Chrome Bar Cart – A kitchen island is a robust and versatile piece of furniture that more than looks good, also provides extra space to prepare food and a meeting point for conversation. The islands can be easy to build and modify with paint or dye to match the decor of any kitchen.

Measure and cut the legs to a length of 35 inches with Table VI. When the legs are cut, measure and mark where the shelf and apron parts will be mounted under the table. Fit a wheel on the bottom of each leg with screws. Cut off the bottom shelf and the pieces of the apron. Fit the bottom shelf compatible with screws. Insert the screws diagonally through the rack support and into the leg of the table. Use two screws on each leg.

Measure and cut the hardwood strips for the shelf and screw them into place in the support beams that have already been glued to the notches in the legs. Cut the top of the kitchen island basket from a sheet of 3/4 inch plywood. Hold the table on the top of the base with screws inside the apron boards on the top of the base and diagonally on the bottom of the kitchen island lid. Spread a layer of construction adhesive on top of the plywood and press the slate table firmly against the adhesive. Allow 24 hours for the mortar to set.

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