Noguchi coffee table serves both a practical and decorative feature in your living room. Along with the practical aspects of a coffee table, display boards are like shadow boxes where you can collect collectibles. You only need some building skills to build your own display coffee table; Have the wooden parts cut into a wood store and you can put the table together for a couple of hours.
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Select a window with a wooden frame for the top of the screen Noguchi coffee table. You can find old windows with charming center posts at architectural salvage stores, or buy a new window in a style that fits your home decor. Measure outer dimensions of the window frame. Cut a 3/4 inch thick hardwood panel to match perimeter dimensions, minus 1 1/2 inches in width and length. The 1 1/2 inches is to accommodate the thickness of the side wooden rails. For example, if window frame dimensions are 24 inches wide and 30 inches tall.
Cut two 3/4 inch thick with 4-inch wide drawers to match the length of the window frame. Cut two 3/4 inch thick with 4-inch-wide Noguchi coffee table to match the width of the window frame, minus 1-1 / 2 inches. For example, if the width of the windowsill is 15 inches, cut two trellises to measure 13 1/2 inches long. Attach the two wooden threads cut to width perpendicular to the ends of the wood panel. They will sit at the end of the wood paneling, not on top of it, and the lower and end edges should lie. Attached wooden strings cut for length perpendicular to the front and rear of the wood panel. This is in the box for the coffee table display area.