I really like how there are some interesting design details with the curves and tapered legs, but they're subtle enough that it still looks traditional. It's also nice to see the QSWO left light in color too. Can I ask how you finished it? Is it just a clear coat?
To answer DBrown questions, I sanded all the oak down to #220 grit sandpaper and then added a light oil stain.
However, prior to my last sanding I raise the grain by adding a coat of water to the wood. This helps bring out the ray flecks during the staining and finishing. My choice of finish was several coats of rub on poly urethane.