How to Make Bedside Table?

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Making your own bedside table can save money and allow you to customize the size to meet your needs. This can be a very simple project and one that will be completed easily.
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How to Build a Bedside Table
A bedside table made out of a vintage hard-sided suitcase is not only attractive, it provides for storage of books, small projects or photographs. Vintage suitcases often come in fun colors or shapes and textures and are the perfect starting point for... More »
Difficulty: Moderately Easy
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Decide what size table you would like to have. Purchase the amount of materials that you will need. Don't forget the other things besides the wood such as wood glue, nail set, hammer, sand paper and varnish or paint. You can find out more information here: www.ehow.com
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1. Designate other areas for the items that usually crowd a bedside table, such as reading glasses, books and magazines. Use a drawer, under bed storage container or shelf for these
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Depends how high your bed is.
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1 Do a first pass to remove obvious trash. Grab a bag or bin and toss in any wrappers, tissues, scraps of paper, and so on. If trash routinely accumulates on your nightstand, put
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Well I actually have a bedside cabinet with a drawer and what I call a cubby-hole too. Ontop of my cabinet is my radio alarm clock which wakes me up with news every weekday so that
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