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Loose-tenon joinery is fast, strong and simple
By Chris Spoerer
What good is a table without a matching seat or two? I designed these bar-height chairs with comfort in mind. They are wide and deep, with contoured armrests and stretchers to rest your feet. As with the matching table, I relied on loose-tenon joinery. This technique ensures solid construction and streamlines the assembly process: cut the parts, make your mortises, and then piece the chairs together.
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