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  1. Console Table

    This table is made from figured walnut and cherry. Its a simple table designed to hold a wine rack on the shelf. Its dimensions measure 32" tall x 48" long x 18" deep.
  2. Long under bar console table

    Finished my 60" long console table to fill the space under the breakfast bar which we never, ever used as a breakfast bar lol. i'll put my printers on the bottom shelf, printer supplies in one drawer, and office supplies in the other 2. this table started out as having 2 drawers, but rather than...
  3. Truss Sofa Table

    Hey, guys! I built a truss style sofa table with a reclaimed douglas fir top. The base is made from 2×4's and 4×4's except I ripped the edges off the 2×4's to square them up and make them look a lot better. The douglas fir came out of a house in East Nashville and is about 70 years old. You...
  4. "Hapag Larawan" Console table

    This console table is part of a set commissioned by a client. I will be posting the dining table and chairs as soon as I get it finished. The whole set will find its home in Frankfurt, Germany by next month. The legs are stack laminated, steam bent Ipil and Molave. the locks are kamagong...
  5. Lath Console Table

    I was commissioned to make this table after the client saw another table I built out of lath strips for a design contest (a pic is in the Reader's Gallery of the October issue of Fine Woodworking). Along with the table, he wanted the sort of write-up a gallery would do explaining how the table...
  6. Console Table

    Since we decided to renovate one of the rooms in my house to a home office, we have been planning and researching the look of the room so we decided to do a minimalist look and my wife needed a table that was flush with the window sills in the room so as that we could put plants and a few...
  7. Sofa table

    This is a sofa table made of Poplar for the frame and legs and a birch Plywood top with edge banding. Joints were biscuited. My daughter was of the mind that "Just slap it together, it is going behind a sofa". I still agonized over each joint. The taper on the leg really lightened the piece...
  8. Live-edge Console Table

    This little table (48" x 12") was commissioned by a client (also a friend) to sit in her entry way. We were originally going to go with a live-edge ash slab I had, but it wasn't working the way I wanted it to so I showed her a walnut slab I had on hand and she loved it. It's going to sit in her...
  9. Walnut and epoxy Console table

    I was setting up at an art show a few weeks ago and I wanted to take something special. I had this piece of walnut sitting in my shop for a few years and decided it would look great squared off and filled with epoxy. Once I have the top made I decided I needed a base that really accentuated the...
  10. Suspended panel console table

    This table is made of birdseye maple, cherry, and walnut. It was a real challenge to make. (aren't they all?) I made a form for the curved panel and used a vacuum press to glue the veneer to a substrate of 1/8" MDF over 3/8" bending ply. The walnut spacers don't penetrate the legs. I drilled...
  11. Curved leg console table

    This table is almost all veneer, except for the edge around the top. The legs were made of mahogany veneer over 1/8" MDF, over 3/8" bending ply. I made 2 opposing sides for each leg. The 2 sides were glued to end pieces, which were also veneered to make the legs look like they're solid wood all...
  12. Console table

    A friend was clearing out the family home. The father was a woodworker with big shop with tons of stuff- I ended up with a lot. This was a work table that he made- laminated maple top, walnut legs. I cut off the bad ends and edges, shortened and reinforced the rails, shortened the legs, etc...
  13. Console table

    Just finished console table…live edge cottonwood top with sapelle base. All dowel joinery done with new Jessum dowel jig - which was great to use. Did use figure 8's to attach top slab to base. Never worked with Cottonwood before…very light weight and prone to fuzz. Used sanding sealer and...
  14. Cypress Hall Table

    I wish I had better pictures. This is a mortise and tenon table and all joinery was done with chisel and saw. The legs are tapered on all four sides with my #4 hand plane. I did use power tools to plane, joint, and rip the boards. It has quite a few coats of natural Tung Oil on it. I'll never do...
  15. Console Tables

    Ive been working for a while and haven't posted anything new so here goes. A little over a month ago a young lady asked me for help with her etsy shop making many of the larger items that she wanted to have for stock. Well I agreed and this is one of the projects I've been working on. These are...
  16. Sicily writing desk

    Free plans for this Sicily writing desk on the link below. http://rogueengineer.com/diy-sicily-writing-desk/
  17. Curved Front Console Table

    I built this table for my sister's Christmas gift. Boy was she surprised. This table was my project in woodworking class I attended for a semester at College of the Sequoias. This table is made of alder and pine. The top measures 37" X 12". The drawer is about 9 1/4" X 9 3/4" with 8" full...
  18. Walnut and Maple Burl Slab Wine Table

    Oh, the places you'll go. The proverbial journey of this table was long and convoluted. It all started over a year ago when I purchased a maple burl slab from another woodworker at a yard sale with no idea what to make with it. I just knew it was cool and a bargain price. Fast forward a...
  19. Live Edge Walnut Floating Console Table With Shelf On Raw Steel Frame

    This was a commissioned piece that I had a lot of fun with. It finished out at 7' L x 33" H. Squared the back of the top slab for a flush fit against the wall and squared a matching slab to use as the shelf. I know that sacrificing a matching slab to use as the shelf was not the most...
  20. Console Table

    Always more of a fix up guy versus a furniture maker, we had a spot in our living room that begged for a table. It required an over-sized piece of furniture so I built it out of red oak and finished it with danish oil. The drawer grain is a bit messy but I got the bug now to work toward becoming...
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