Sellers Home End Tables

Here is one of the simplest projects we have designed and made for the Sellers’ Home Living Room collection. Even for those new to woodworking, making one of these is low cost and not so high-demand as other projects. In this series, we take you step by step through every stage of design and construction and the result is a lovely end table for anywhere in your home.

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Sellers Home Mantle Shelf: Episode 2

Fitting the tambours, Paul makes a thicknessing jig from scraps, and all of the tambours fit the grooves perfectly. Paul used a hidden cleat to anchor the shelf to the brick wall of his living room so it can be removed just by lifting it on and off. Super effective.

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Sellers Home Mantle Shelf

Paul designed the Sellers’ Home Mantle Shelf to tie the different components of the living room together and give some added display possibilities to take just about any decorative item.

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Sellers Home Coaster Set: Episode 2

In this episode, we create the coaster holder using the same lamination block we used for the actual coasters to tie the two design elements together. The strategy once again is to create knifewalls to work to, to guarantee tight tolerances and good accuracy levels throughout.

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Sellers Home Coaster Set

It’s not just the big and bold pieces a home needs to make it yours, and this project proves it for us. Rooting through Paul’s scraps, finding the unusual and the unusable makes the result so worthwhile.

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Sellers Home TV Unit: Episode 10

Creating drawers that fit well and then all of the components that must keep the drawer floating in and out for the next hundred years means accuracy and care to ensure the parts fit well to the surround.

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Sellers Home TV Unit: Episode 9

Curved drawer fronts have their idiosyncrasies and no two are ever the same. The steps for establishing the curved elements are mainly logical and, in this episode, Paul shows you step by step how to ensure your drawer openings come together to match the curved top of the main cabinet openings.

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