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  1. Finishing
    About five years ago I made a dining table and a coffee table from walnut slabs and finished each with about four or five coats of Maloof Oil I picked up at Rockler. It's beautiful, but for most of the past five years, the tables have been covered with cut-to-size-and-shape Plexiglas sheets...
  2. Projects In Progress
    So my coffee table-top glueup didn’t come out as well as I was hoping. All the boards are even edge-to-edge, but I have a little crown here and a little cup there. And decent warp of ~1/4” from corner to corner. Sucks to be me. Or maybe not. On a hunch, I put my 24” straight edge on our kitchen...
  3. Walnut burl coffee table

    I obtained a unique piece of walnut burl recently where I was told that it was harvested from a burl where 2 breeds of walnut were grafted together when the tree was very young. Whether its just a good story, or actually true doesn't matter, the grain is unusual and attractive. I threw...
  4. hackberry and walnut coffee table

    nice little slab of hackberry made into a coffee table. walnut base. some ants lost their happy home! 24" at widest point 17" tall 60" long
  5. Coffee Table

    This coffee table is unique in its own way. I wanted to design something that would keep your living room neat looking so i added a pull out drawer to hold your remote controllers. Also instead of having pull out doors , these doors slide open.
  6. Coffee table

    A large and low round coffee table, made in three pieces of solid American oak finished in wax-oil.
  7. Enzo Mari, Model 1123XD Table

    ... ... ... In 1974, the now noted Italian architect and designer Enzo Mari published a small book of furniture designs, some 19 pieces in all, and gave it away for free - to anyone around the world - just by sending him a S.S.A.E. The pamphlet was titled "Proposta per un'autoprogettazione"...
  8. Mahogany, Walnut and Zebrawood Coffee Table

    Just finished this coffee table. This is my first furniture project entirely of my own design. Woods are genuine mahogany, black walnut (from Missouri, I'm told), and zebrawood veneer for the inlay. The mahogany top uses two 11" wide boards with a little figure in them, which may come through a...
  9. custom shaped coffee table

    i built this table for my friend's new apartment. he has a couch with an unusual curved front. the curved edge of the table follows the couch's curve. it made for a good excuse to play with the bandsaw. plus, this was my first attempt at an inlay, so it was a good learning expirience too...
  10. Hairpin Coffee Table

    Built and donated a hairpin leg coffee table for the local non-profit coffee shop and training center. Table is built from 4/4 red oak to match the other woodwork in the bar at their request. Added a 10 deg bevel to the edges and finished it with several coats of H. Behlen Tung Oil cut with...
  11. Coffee Table

    This is the coffee table built to match the entertainment center. The top is Kauya Crotch, the keys are Ebony, the legs are Sapele with Ebony and Purpleheart inlays. 3 coats of 1/3 linseed oil, 1/3 semi-gloss varnish, 1/3 mineral spirits sanded to 600 grit and 3 coats of shellac cause we use it...
  12. Crate Coffee Table

    Here was a fun one that I made recently. It's a Crate Coffee Table made out of wood crates. . . I have more pictures and a video over at my other site on woodlogger.com
  13. Curly Redwood table trio

    Love the curly Redwood! Created this coffee table from a slab of Redwood…has some great grain that I thought I would share. I had the slab shaped out when it sold and the client needed it at 11 feet rather than the 12+ that it was…the cut off end became matching end tables. Tons of turquoise...
  14. My first coffee table

    Just started playing with wood a few months ago, when I decided to try my hand at making some hardwood frames for my pictures. Next thing I know, I have a garage full of tools, and I'm up until all hours crashing away and raising dust. Here's my first table. The top is black acacia. Thanks for...
  15. A Coffee Table of filtched design

    My first project that I'm willing to share :) I've made some nightstands and cutting boards, but this is the first I'm really willing to share with everyone. It started as a wish to replace the crappy Target coffee table we had, and browsing lumberjocks for ideas. I ran across this one...
  16. Solid Surface Coffee Table

    Night Sky Corian coffee table top with 1 1/2" build-up, bullnosed. The legs are laminated with Chem-metal, with a swirled finish. The apron is a copper Chem-metal with a brushed finish. The leg bottoms are wrapped with Black Quartz Corian. The table stands 15 inches high, 16 inches wide, and is...
  17. Anigre Coffee Table

    I had intended this coffee table to be a Serengeti-themed project with animal inlays but I ended up selecting a figured Anigre veneer for the top and couldn't bring myself to cut into it. (I'll add the animal figures to the remote control caddy I will build later.) The table base is MDF with...
  18. Table Saw Router Extension

    Since I have a small shop, I had to optimize my space and take advantage of the Biesemeyer fence's accuracy and make it do double duty. My girlfriend's dad helped me route out the plate recess in his big shop. It was quite the bonding experience. We made a template so that I can make...
  19. Small Coffee Table with semi-concealed draw

    I promised my 23 year old Son and his Partner this as a Christmas/Birthday present and will be delivering it today. It is figured Tasmanian Blackwood with Mackay Cedar legs. Mackay cedar is beautiful but deadly. I was warned but still suffered my first ever Asthma attack when first sanding the...
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