Now that the miter station is pretty much done. I have room and a need for an assembly table. This is one of those projects that has been way over due. I have use the out feed table as an assembly table for years. This works, but you end up having to move a lot of stuff to make the next cut. A dedicated assembly table is the answer. Plans are available for this build.
While visiting my brother during my WIA trip. I used his spare bedroom. He had two beds in this room with a table chair between the beds for use as a night stand. I offered to build him a night stand. The night stand design is a simple, but perfect fit for his needs. He asked for a drawer and I added a drawer to the design. The whole table build from Solid Cherry wood and features tapered legs, breadboard ends, grain match drawer front and even though its tough to see book match grain on the top. I designed the table to fit the space. The top is the size of a pillow case, this was what I based the size from. I had a pillow in the room checked the fit and it was perfect.