I have been playing musical table bases for the past few days. The base intended for the toboggan doesn’t look right so I made a new one. The toboggan base needs to be narrow because I only have so many sled slats. The base originally envisioned for the toboggan table is now being used with the scrap wood end table. I had played with the idea of using the shutter pedestal as the base for the scrap wood puzzle table, but it didn’t work for me. I had an 8′ section of tongue and groove cedar flooring so I cut them, and glued them up. and then sanded it into, a simple plank top. I am really trying to keep the area under the table accessible for storage. In order to make that happen I took off the shutter and planed the top and bottom so it swings freely. It is pretty humid today in Vermont so if it swings okay now I am confident it will work well no matter the moisture level. The shutters stay in position with wood cleats and metal brackets., and so does the top. I have to attach the knob to the door and do a coat of lacquer or poly and then this table is ready for sale. This shutter table is available for sale in my etsy store.