Narrow end tables – you can do yourself to save money and make your own humidor table. Plans for build narrow end tables. Before construction, make careful plans for your final table humidor. These plans will determine how much material you need to buy, as well as the appearance of the finished product. You can choose any final table like. A small table with a pull humidor, or table that opens to reveal a humidor below, are common options. The table can also take the form of a cabinet, providing more space for cigars than a table with legs and a smaller compartment. Construct the final table’s structural components are similar to building any type of table. Measure and cut the wood, which can be any type of wood that has the look you want. Also, narrow end tables can be extremely ornate, a simple table only requires some basic wood, a table saw and a miter saw. Install the table with nails and wood glue before painting or varnishing wood.
The humidor case in a narrow end table regulates moisture that the Spanish cedar absorbs and releases moisture, based on the humidity in the humidor, and in the surrounding air. Although optional, you can install a moisture meter in a small opening at the end of the table humidor case. This device will show when the relative humidity is 70 percent the ideal level for cigars.
Building narrow end tables. Draw two rectangles on the plywood that measures 14 inches by 2 inches. Draw two pieces measuring 13 inches by 2 inches. Draw the table top on the plywood, so it measures 15 inches by 15 inches. Draw four table legs on the wood that measures the same as the coffee table legs from the previous section. Use the saw in the previous section to cut the pieces out of the final table. Do the same with sandpapering the freshly cut wood. Create a wooden frame, like the one you created when installing the coffee table. In this case, placing the 14-inch pieces horizontally across from each other and the 13-inch pieces vertically from each other. The 13-inch pieces should be in the 14-inch pieces. Fastening pieces using the same method as discussed in step 3 of the previous section.