This was my second pass on my Lego Table design. This time, I went for some more whimsical colors. I also invested in a table saw for cleaner cuts. I completed this one in April of 2015.
Lego Table Number 1
Being a parent will change you in a lot of ways. Before children, I never stepped on Legos. After children, it became a weekly occurrence. In the winter of 2015, I made an attempt at designing and build an attractive piece of furniture that would also serve a purpose. In this case, it would be a place where a child could play with Legos and have them all stored in one place.
Tool Box Number 1 - No Roses Grow
This was a project I completed back in the winter of 2012 as I was just starting to learn woodworking. The material was some left over walnut plywood a neighbor was kind enough to give me. I wanted to make something special to honor his generosity. I later replaced the handle as this one was a little too narrow to support the weight of the tool box. It is still my daily driver all these years later.
Tool Box Number 3
I made this one in the spring of 2014 for my friend Leo Garcia. I never took a picture of it before I released in the wild. Thankfully, he did.