If you like to collect things, this handsome curio coffee table can help ease the storage crunch. The project is topped with a piece of heavy glass with a drawer underneath that provides almost four square feet of display space. The curio table measures about 38 inches long by 24 inches deep by 17 inches tall.

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38 Responses to “Curio Coffee Table”

  1. Ronald J Lackage Sr
    Ronald J Lackage Sr

    This wood fit right in with my Cubs Man cave
    After some nice color scheme action !

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  2. LOUIS MICHAEL GREEN
    LOUIS MICHAEL GREEN

    Dear Woodworkers Guild
    This is a good plan to display objects using a coffee table.
    We use the metric system in South Africa.
    Can you suggest a good app to convert inches into millimeters, please?

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      Hello Louis!

      Great question!

      Depending on the phone you have (Apple or Android) here are a couple of suggestions:

      Android: “Inches – Metric Converter”

      Apple: “Metric Conversion Tool”

      Thank you!

      Jessica
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      Hey Carl,
      I have replied to your issue via email.

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      Danesha
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        Hello Thomas,

        To access the plan, you will need to be logged into your account with your email and password.

        Sarah
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      Hello Richard,
      Here’s what the experts had to say about your question:

      I mix 5 minute epoxy and press into cracks in wooden bowl blanks. Let it set up, then continue turning. As new cracks are revealed during the turning process, I pause and add more resin. For smaller cracks I use CA glue, and anything over 1/16″ I use epoxy.

      Paul
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      Hello Bruce,

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      Hello Gene,

      You will have to be a member to access the plan.
      Please click on the link below to accept this special offer:
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      Please let us know if you have any further questions
      Sincerely,
      Danesha
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