Wednesday, January 27, 2010
Honduran Mahogany Table
Here is a Honduran Mahogany tabletop with my fierce concentric wave carved edge. I'm afraid the ponderosa pine peeler core leg does it little justice and pales in comparison.
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White Oak Table
Here is an Oregon white oak table with a strong clean leg detail. With tables I like to announce how leg design should never go unnoticed, and of course I can't help but do things a bit unusual. The edge detailing speaks boldly for itself.
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Oregon White Oak Table
This is a pair of bookmatched 4" thick slab of local Oregon white oak placed on a trestle leg system. It was rather green when built, and the wood has shrunken quite a bit. Our butterflies really do the job of holding it together. It weighs a ton, and when you sit at it feeling its solid density, it is a very grounding experience. This is an oil-based satin polyurathane finish.
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Saturday, January 9, 2010
Maple wood & Granite - Master Vanity
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