Queen Anne Side Tables

Queen Anne Side Tables Woodworking Plan

Build these traditional tables with help from a tool usually reserved for carpenters: the power planer.

This period furniture is a set of end tables for the living room — one with a poplar clover-shaped top, the other with a curly maple porringer top. These tables come from designs that are roughly 250 years old. This places them squarely in the country interpretation of the Queen Anne style.

This project will need a wide variety of tools, so make sure you read through everything before starting. I schedule of materials is included at the bottom of the article, along with some photos to help you along the way. Also don’t miss the link to the Construction Diagram at the top of the page.

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