I know larch as "softwood" that grows in the northeast US and SW Canada, a close relative of douglas fir. Is this the same or different? I put that in quotes because douglas fir is fairly hard and quite strong.
I like the feet on your legs. Can you describe the joinery you used and how you get the joint smooth all around?
The Larch I used is a European softwood, considered close to hardwood in properties. It's usually light-colored, but with treatment (I am not sure if heat or chemical) it goes dark.
Before I tapered the legs with my taper jig (the one from FW), I simply connected a block of oak with a 13mm dowel. Then, after I tapered the legs, you can't see the joint.
The rest of the leg joinery is standard mortise and tenon (I have a pantorouter for that). The top, originally a single piece that was pretty bowed, I cut in half, jointed, and reglued with Lamelo biscuits. Then the ends I angled and also glued with biscuits to the central part.
Madmark, I too usually round corners. These are also rounded slightly, by hand, and won't give a tall toddler too much of a headache. I felt here, that too much rounding will ruin the effect.
Thanks all for the kind comments.