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  1. End tables from hollow residual log

    A simple project that ended up in a nice product. I found the residual log/cant at a "cemetery" of a sawmill. It had been on the weather for years, picture 2 shows the source. After that is was just a few cuts with the chainsaw and then…....lots of sanding. I could not believe how hard was to...
  2. Nesting Tables - not strictly a wood project, but for ideas...

    Some nesting tables. Legs and feet were turned on a CNC lathe, semi-circular flat bars cut on a CNC plasma-cutter, plywood on a CNC router. These little babies are off to get real gold-leaf gilding done, and the tops padded and clad in real leather. Unfortunately I'll never see the finished...
  3. 125 year old reclaimed Fir living room furniture

    The attic in our 125 year old Victorian had Fir moldings, trim, stairs and floor boards. When I wanted to build an office up there I pulled up the old floor boards, insulated and used 3/4 ply for the floor. All the boards were begging for a project so I hand planed everything, glued up stock...
  4. Green and Green inspired end tables

    These Green and Green inspired end tables are made from Cherry and Hickory with masaranduba pegs. The top has a piece of Marble inset.
  5. Best effort yet!!! - Red oak end tables

    These are your run of the mill plain Jane shaker end tables. Even though they are very plain, I an SUPER proud of them. I think I am finally getting to the point where I can make a halfway decent project. The tables are completely flat, completely square, and identical. Making two of something...
  6. Mahogany & Walnut Night Stands

    These are a pair of night stands I made for our master bedroom. They are designed to match the bed I made and finished a few years back. And now we finally have a place (other than the floor) to keep our junk. They are made using mahogany and walnut that I purchased at the local hardwood...
  7. END TABLES

    The Cocobolo is about 1/4 inch thick as it is just too heavy and expensive to leave it uncut. I had the wood ripped to about 1/4 inch think and then glued it to some birch plywood. this gave it its streangth and made it much lighter. The Wenge I left it at 4/4 and trimed from there. The Cocobolo...
  8. Pecan Hickory Step End Tables

    Here is a pair of step end tables with all wood joinery from Pecan Hickory lumber I bought off Craigslist. The design is original, though I did borrow an idea from Lane Acclaim Dovetail series in regards to the walnut dovetail inlays. These are purely decorative, though they are a quarter inch...
  9. Pot Belly End Tables!

    We named these end tables Pot Bellys because they reminded us of the little pigs with the same name. We cut the beams to 20" long (these are 12×12s) and raised them up on 4" hairpins, which were custom made. These pins are brushed steel.
  10. End Tables for the Guest Room

    Our guest room needed something for furniture so this was my plans. Shelves for a lamp and power strip. Extra shelf and space below for anything. I used particle board from the last clean up day and 1×10 and some extra pine I had. Each shelf is 16 in. wide and the top one is 14 deep, the...
  11. Coffee and End tables

    These tables were made the same way as the mahogany ones I made, 2" strips framed with 1/8" walnut and then I randomly cut grooves and installed walnut, solid ash legs with walnut aprons. I put several coats of a clear grain sealer on the top surfaces so they are like glass when I put the top...
  12. Seeing Double, Mable End Tables

    These two tables are 21 inches in diameter and 27 inches tall. The tops are bookmatched veneer I cut from the same board and glued to a spalted maple substrate. The legs are butternut. Finish is combination of linseed oil and wipe-on poly. I tinted the butternut with a bit of red to better...
  13. Couch end tables

    These tables were made for my friend who gave me all the Black Acacia slabs. They were made go on the sides of his couch and were rounded because that's where people walked by them. The off pieces I got from making the curved sides were later used to make my display table.
  14. TV stand and end tables

    These 3 piece took me the whole month of January to complete. But now the wife is happy and I can move on to other projects. Ambrosia Maple top door hardware was from some shop on Amazon. Finished the tops with a few coats of Deft satin clear
  15. Keiyaki (Elm) and Epoxy End Tables

    Was gifted a couple of short Keiyaki boards (Japanese Zelkova) one with curl/burl/spalt. Had the idea to do a epoxy fill for stabilization and a river table. Bought the wrong epoxy (Total Boat Self Leveling) that can only be poured 1/8" at a time… and it took too too long to finish, but the...
  16. Walnut End Tables

    Here are the first two of five tables for the living room. Walnut with walnut burl veneer, walnut veneer on the underside. Push to open full extension drawer slides. Pocket hole, biscuit and dovetail joinery. 5 coats of Danish Oil/Poly/Mineral Spirits blend finish. Walnut mirror frame as...
  17. Bedside Tables

    These are simple birch nightstands. Customer gave me a design reference. They wanted an upper storage shelf that was geared towards books, magazines, tablets, laptops, remotes, etc. Drawers are dovetailed. I was pretty happy with the end result. The handles really set them off. Thanks for...
  18. pallet night stands / end tables

    My wife's work (heating and AC distributor) can't re-use these pallets, and had been chucking them. NOT SO FAST MY FRIEND! (said in my best Lee Corso voice) They now set them off to the side for me. I honestly think they only get used once. Pine 2×4's and 1×4's (nominal). A few boards have...
  19. Arts and Crafts Nesting Tables in QSWO

    This is a set of nesting Arts and Crafts style tables in QSWO. The plan came from Wood Magazine (DP-0015). The large table is 20" w x 20" d x 29" h. The only changes that I made to the plan was to add an additional rail on the small table and I eliminated the cut outs on the wide slats that...
  20. Pallet End Tables

    Two end tables made completely of reused pallets. Both stand approximately 30 inches high and stained with a red oak stain with a semi-gloss poly. End tables match the coffee table http://lumberjocks.com/projects/87414 recently uploaded. Fun projects to make and first few uploaded to...
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