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It's up to you to determine the aesthetic, however, if your daughter is tipping over regularly, you might consider redoing the legs completely to give them a splay outward to prevent her from hurting herself. I would think that would override aesthetic considerations. If you were to angle each leg so the outer edge was directly in line with the top of the ...


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how can I stabilize this without completely ruining the aesthetic of the bench? Assuming that you don't want to fasten it to the floor or install powerful magnets or a massive flywheel, you need to widen the bench's footprint. Often, the legs are splayed outward to accomplish that, but since your bench is already done you might prefer to add a piece under ...


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Based on the comments by Graphus and Ashlar, it seems that I indeed overestimated the amount of support boards I would need. Since the weight is transferred mostly vertically, only 4 support boards would really be needed and any more will add support but will serve a mostly aesthetic reason. So for the example case I provided of a 25cm radius shelf, 8 would ...


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