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Old 07-25-2021, 06:14 PM   #1
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Hey I usually camp with my dog- so the king size bed and super large table were taking up a lot of space in my camper. My goal was to make a full size (ish) bed with and have a table that can swing. I didn't want to do anything that could not be easily undone. SO I basically built two platforms - cause I wanted a drawer, and made this butternut table and attached it to a pipe leg system from a Youtube video I watched. Just wanted to share.
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Old 07-25-2021, 11:16 PM   #2
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Hey I usually camp with my dog- so the king size bed and super large table were taking up a lot of space in my camper. My goal was to make a full size (ish) bed with and have a table that can swing. I didn't want to do anything that could not be easily undone. SO I basically built two platforms - cause I wanted a drawer, and made this butternut table and attached it to a pipe leg system from a Youtube video I watched. Just wanted to share.


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Can you expand on the table setup… it looks like it swivels?
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Old 07-26-2021, 01:28 PM   #3
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I want to be able to have a bed- and sorry I wrote full- but its more like a twin. I also wanted a table and I wanted them both all the time. I saw someone had this cool table it was the Lagun and I was like cool- and then I saw what it cost and did some googling for alternatives. Some folks made a swivel table out of pipe. It sits tight in a tube that is mounted to my bed and then has a 90 degree elbow and that attaches to a about 11 inch pipe which has a 90 degree and that's where I attach the flangers on the back side of the table- so it rotates and swivels. It can be a table in the day or I can put it out of the way completely and at night it can be a night stand.
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Old 07-26-2021, 07:06 PM   #4
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That's awesome! Good for you on figuring out how to make it multifunctional. Could you share the youtube link to this (I think I need a bit more visual help <LOL>? I also considered a Lagun table, but this set-up is so much more flexible. TIA.
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Old 07-26-2021, 08:49 PM   #5
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That's awesome! Good for you on figuring out how to make it multifunctional. Could you share the youtube link to this (I think I need a bit more visual help <LOL>? I also considered a Lagun table, but this set-up is so much more flexible. TIA.

I went looking, and here's a youtube link if anyone is interested:

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