Εύκολη DIY καρέκλα εξωτερικού χώρου με στυλ


Κατασκευάζοντας μια μοντέρνα καρέκλα εξωτερικού χώρου DIY με στυλ 2×4.

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  1. You explained this out door chair Really well, Thanks for the great points about saving money on timber, I'll remember this on my own projects for next time. This really made me think about how nice these would look in my own garden!

  2. where did you order the cushions? they look high quality than what they sell at the big box stores

  3. Love it! Do you think it would be as structurally sound to do an angle joint on the front of the arm so the stain isn't darker on the front?

  4. I bought the plans! If I want to make a couch version, can I just make it wider, or would it need additional structural support? Thanks, Tony.

  5. This guy is good and has good ideas but they're unrealistic. I need a channel that doesn't have $10,000 worth of equipment

  6. Yes, of course, the video is great and helpful. But let’s all be honest: the “Goin’ Over the Top” reference is darn near perfect! #oldschool 🙂

  7. I love this DIY videos where they show how to make cheep forniture with thousand upon thousand of dollar tools that literally everyone has in their garage. 😮‍💨

  8. possible to make the back adjustable for when you are chillin smoking weed or for when your grandma stops by and needs to sit up straighter because of her bad back?

  9. Those are some great looking chairs. I need to make me some for my new outdoor kitchen and patio and my wife just bought some new cushions for our outdoor table that are blue as well so it was good to see it with that color of cushion

  10. Love your content and easy-to-use plans. Great job! If you have any stickers laying around I would like a couple to add to my tool box!

  11. I am trying to purchase your plans but the website will not allow me to do so. Could you please contact me back so that I can purchase them through email or something please.

  12. hey man, great content. Whats the link to the handsaw you used to cut the plugs flush?

  13. Nice easy chair design. I would build furniture with you, but I would not play poker with you. Your cards are marked.

  14. Love the simplicity of the design. Question though …… for seniors having trouble getting out of low seating can the sides be made taller to increase the seat with out compromising the chair?

  15. Love your show man. I am starting to put my shop together. I would be curious how you have your clamps hung to your right in the corner?

  16. Great video. Your back cushion does not sit flat onto your seat cushion due to the angle of your back rest. I wonder if setting a slight angle on the seat support rails to match the back rest would give a more relaxed seating position.

  17. You knocked it out of the park with these outdoor chairs. They give a look of solitude and comfort, i wish i had your skills. Thanks for sharing.

  18. Hi Brad, I am a journeyman cab. and furn. maker and a fan of your site, I like a lot of what you do and still learn things from your vids (thanks). I have a comment on your off feed table height from your table saw — it should be on the same horizontal with the top of your tool surface and you can route in 2 channels in your off feed table to receive sliding supports below table height when you use your awesome cross cut sled. If you want to continue with the lower table, you could have a person on your outfeed raising the stock. Or you can just use a removable long L piece that will hook on to and lay flush to your saw table — this L could even drop into non glued dowel holes to hold it in place as well. Angle cut the face edge of the L so stock rides up onto it. With this support you will not have stock dropping out of your blade while you are cutting. Thanks and keep up the great work. Charlie

  19. Good looking chairs, It was "Over the TOP!" LOL…
    Did you place some feet on the bottoms to protect the wood from scratching?