Mid-century Modern Plant Stand

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I’ve always been drawn to the clean lines, gentle curves, and obvious functionality of mid-century modern furniture. This plant stand incorporates all three attributes in its simplicity and usefulness. I designed it as a teaching tool for the two basic woodworking joints it includes: the mortise and tenon and the lap joint. The project is easy enough for a beginner to make in a day while learning valuable woodworking skills and getting time on two of the most-used shop machines: the table saw and the router table. And even if you’re an experienced woodworker, the aesthetically pleasing stand will look good in any home. As shown, the design fits a 10" round planter, but you can adapt the dimensions to fit nearly any size pot.

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