Modern Hexagon Hall Table
We were wanting a small table for our foyer but the walkway at the base of our stairs was too narrow for a standard sized hall or console table, so I came up with the idea of a two legged table that is affixed to the wall. It is quite narrow, at only about 5-1/2", but adds just enough interest to the space. The design started with a simple hexagon leg and evolved from there. It appears that there are a lot of angles in this piece, but I only had to set the bevel gauge once. Everything is based off a 60 degree angle, just like a hexagon. The half-hexagon cut outs in the top add a little interest to the piece and expose the shape of the legs. I used domino joinery for all parts of the base. The piece is made completely from soft maple scraps from my recent bed build. The base was sprayed with a matte black paint and the top is clear coated with water-based polyurethane. The ledger under the top is anchored to two studs and there are adjustable leg levelers inlaid into the bottom of each leg (check out the link below for a quick Instagram video). It is very sturdy and fits perfectly in the space. The top is attached with Izzy Skirt Washers from FastCap (link to instagram video below). There is a build video on my YouTube channel for the whole project, which you can watch below. You can also find more details and progress pics on my Instagram page.
Attaching the top: https://www.instagram.com/p/B-UpYlGjJHO/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link
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