Sunday, July 16, 2017

How to Assemble On-Line Living Room Furniture

Fig.1 Box arrived unassembled
By Gary Boutin

Tools and Supplies:
Allen Wrench (provided)

We received a mail order living room furniture from It was easy to assemble and I have enjoyed it ever since. The steps below show how the installation was accomplished. 

This post shows the nine steps on how to assemble living room side table.

Step 1: Fig.1 through fig.4 shows the unpacking of the living room side table. Fig.1 shows the box arrived from and ready to be assembled. Fig.2 shows a lined box that held the wood furniture. Fig.3 shows the carton box and Styrofoam that provided the protection for the living room side table. Fig.4 shows the side table being removed from the box.
Fig.2 Lined packing box
Fig.3 Wood protected 
with Styrofoam
Fig.4 Unpacking the box
Step 2: Fig.5 and fig.6 shows the furniture list and the hardware bag.

Fig.5 List each piece
Fig.6 Hardware
Step 3: Fig.7 through fig.10 shows the pieces being counted prior to assembly. Fig.7 shows the left side is intact and good shape. Fig.8 shows the bottom base of the table. Fig.9 shows the right side of the table leg. Fig.10 both sides of the table are fine and ready to assemble.
Fig.7 left side
Fig.8 Bottom page
Fig.9 Right side
Fig.10 Both sides together
Step 4: Fig.11 and fig.12 shows the plans to assemble the table.
Fig.11 Plans
Fig.12 Plans
Step 5: Fig.13 and fig.14 shows the table is upside down and the legs are attached to the drawer assembly. 
Fig.13 Top drawer assembly
Fig.14 One side attached
Step 6: Fig.15 and fig.16 shows the plans to finish the base to the rest of the table.
Fig.15 base plans
Fig.16 My spouse assembling unit
Step 7: Fig.17 through fig.19 shows the table being put together by my spouse Linda.
Fig.17 Assemble the bottom
Fig.18 Finished side view
Fig.19 Finished from view
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