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  1. "Table for two (or three), please" -- A sapele nook table

    Sapele nook table with a hexagonal-sided pedestal base (36" Dia. x 30" H) Major challenges for this project: - Cutting the hexagonal post dead-on, using a tablesaw - Cutting perfectly aligned mortises on the post and arms/legs for the Dominos Finish: 5 coats of hand-rubbed polyurethane...
  2. Schultz Breakfast Table

    When they expressed a desire for a Woodleaf Studios piece I toured the Schultz's home with them. They had not been sure what they wanted, but following the tour when I recommended a breakfast table for their kitchen they were sold on the idea. They wanted it to be functional, practical and...
  3. 60" Walnut Pedestal Table

    Had a customer that wanted a pedestal table for there breakfast area and found a picture of one on the web they liked. I had not done one of this style before and thought it would be a challenging but doable project. Once I broke down the different parts into individual projects it was not to...
  4. Farm House Dining Table

    I bought an old, pine, "well used" table top at an estate sale for $5 and then found a cheap table on craigslist which ended up being $40. I removed the top from that table and put the pine top on it. I distressed the white paint on the legs and stained the top with a dark stain. Then I clear...
  5. Breakfast table/ Lap Desk

    Recently finished this breakfast table / lap desk for the girlfriend for valentine's day. The top is made out of red oak and the legs are from so coved pieces I had sitting around already (which are walnut I believe??). Being that I only have rough cut oak and no jointer or planer yet, I have to...
  6. Oak Breakfast Table with Walnut Inlays

    This is a small breakfast table that I started while taking a 6 day course with Jeff Lohr. Since that time it has received 3 coats of Original Waterlox and a single coat of Minwax wipe-on poly. Both were applied with lint-free paper towels, and wiped down after 10 minutes. I may still wax the...
  7. Blogs
    Walnut inlays As mentioned here, I did most of the work of building a breakfast table as part of a class. The base is sanded and ready for finishing, but the top needed more work. Inlay channels were already cut during the class, and the table departed looking like this: Still to do...
  8. Off Topic Coffee Lounge
    We recently took down several large long needle pines that were too close to the house for comfort. I had them sawn into lumber. Now I'm trying to think of uses for the bark sided, irregularly shaped slab off cuts that were left over. Anyone have any ideas for projects with these (most are about...
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