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Richard Hughes17/06/2012 19:31:24
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img_0346.jpgimg_0345.jpgI made this little breakfast table and chairs from offcuts of beech block worktop and some bits of ash leftover from making a bed frame.

Edited By Richard Hughes on 17/06/2012 19:36:32

Julian18/06/2012 12:09:38
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Hi Richard -- Verry nice indeed, I presume the table top and the chair seats

are the old counter top ?

Edited By Julian on 18/06/2012 12:10:01

Newbie_Neil18/06/2012 16:23:45
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Hi Richard,

That's a really nice piece of work.

Well done,

Neil

Richard Hughes18/06/2012 19:35:07
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Thanks for the kind comments, guys. Yes, the table top and chair seats are made from offcuts of worktop left over from kitchen fitting. They seemed to good to waste and they match the rest of the kitchen.

Richard

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