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Your designer piece: DIY bedside table in mid-century style

Project from Angelina -

Would you like to have a short, stylish journey through time? If so, come into the 1940s to 1960s of the 20th century. This is where we find great furniture and inspirations that, with its timeless charm and just the right touch of elegance, brings style and joy to everyday living. After all, stylistically, mid-century-style furniture and accessories are always a hit. Best of all, you can now walk in the footsteps of the great designers of this epoch, such as Nelsen, Grossmann, and Eames – and create your own mid-century designer piece for your home! Here is the how-to for your DIY bedside table in a chic cork look, which you can of course also use as a side table or small sideboard.

 

Let’s get mid-century!

You will need…

  • One roll of d-c-fix® Segovia
  • One d-c-fix® tool kit with smoother and cutter knife
  • Two wooden panels (40 x 40 cm)
  • Two wooden slabs (40 x 20 cm)
  • Four hairpin table legs
  • Screws

  • Cordless screwdriver
  • Wood glue
  • Scissors
  • Pencil
  • Measuring tape
  • Terminal

Let’s go

Step 1

You start with the “carpentry work”: stick the two 40 x 20 cm slabs onto one of the square slabs – then put the second square slab on top and glue it in the same way. Then attach pins on both sides to fix everything with a little bit of pressure. Then allow the crate to dry well overnight.

Step 2

Measure the fronts of the drawers, as well as the upper and lower sections, and transfer the dimensions onto the backing paper of the adhesive film.

Step 3

Cut out the individual parts, peel off the backing paper, and use the doctor blade to apply the adhesive foil to the wood panels.

Step 4

Use the cordless screwdriver to attach the table legs to the bottom side of the crate with the screws.

You’re done!

Bed with geometric-design d-c-fix® film applied
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