This coffee table was inspired by The Charles P. Limbert Co.'s Table 153, designed when the coffee table as a furniture form didn't yet exist. Kevin Rodel took that classic table and reconfigured it for today's home. The signature crisp-cornered square cutouts and gridwork for the end panels and shelf may look complicated, but Rodel's tricks for assembly make it easy to get a perfect grain match without much fuss. Shaped corbels add another signature detail to the table.
20 in. wide. by 42 in. long by 17 in. tall
PRINTED PLAN INCLUDES:
- Extensive full-size and scale drawings
- Detailed cutlist
- Step-by-step companion article
Kevin Rodel, one of the foremost makers of hand-crafted craftsman furniture, has been making custom furniture in Maine since 1978. He and his wife, Susan Mack, have been operating their own custom furniture business, Mack and Rodel since 1986. Their work has been featured in woodworking magazines and books on Craftsman interiors. Kevin Rodel has contributed articles on craftsman style and techniques to Fine Woodworking and Home Furniture