Our last shop tour was right after we had moved down to Texas and got all of our tools placed where we *thought* we wanted them to go in our garage! Since then we've gained tools, gotten rid of tools, upgraded tools, and completely reorganized the space! We've had to do quite a bit of transitioning when it comes to our shop. When we lived in North Dakota and were just woodworking as a hobby and then selling custom work, our shop was set up COMPLETELY different than it is now.
Last week we decided to completely take apart our old coffee table so that we could use the solid ash top to build our NEW coffee table prototype! It went pretty well! We got all of our remaining lumber milled and cut down to size, then cut out some of the decorative designs we needed in certain pieces. After all that was completed we were ready to tackle our tasks for the next week - which included assembling our new coffee table prototype! As much as we wanted to IMMEDIATEL
Yep. After all that work designing and building a special angled coffee table to fit our sofa chaise perfectly....we decided to completely demolish it. "What coffee table was that again??" you may ask. Check out the coffee table blog post AND this video right below: Why the heck would we do THAT?! Why destroy a perfectly good coffee table after you spent so much time designing and building it?? Well...it wasn't for selfish reasons. It wasn't because we hated the original. It