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  1. Cherry Refreshment Table

    This is my cherry refreshment table which features breadboard ends and a small dovetailed drawer. Secondary woods include poplar, aromatic cedar, and walnut pegs. The top drawer rail is attached with lapped dovetails, while the lower shelf is secured with tusk tenons. A hammered drawer pull...
  2. Arts and Crafts Hall Table

    This hall table was a commission. It is 52" long and 34" high. The one board top is 12" wide. I used mortise and tenon joinery. It is made from ash with a golden oak stain. It has 3 coats of wipe-on poly on the whole table and an extra 3 coats on the top and shelf with a 320 grit light sand...
  3. Maple Hall Table

    This was a slab of raw edge oregon malpe that I picked up on a wood hunting trip around Portland. I put in a wenge bowtie to fix crack, also mixed up some sawdust and epoxy to fill a few bad spots. The base is made of 8/4 ash with gloss black lacquer, the top has 4 coats of gloss poly. Thanks, Bob
  4. Asian and Greene and Greene inspired hall table

    I've been fairly active in the online woodworking community for a while but have never really produced anything I would classify as furniture. I began working on this table about 7 months ago but got sidetracked with a priority shift of renovating 6 rooms in our house. And the standard trying to...
  5. Mahogany hall table

    My wife wanted a tall table for the entry hall. I like simple construction. This table turned out very nice. 39" high with two drawers and long tapered legs. I added a simple shallow saw kerf to mark the transition between straight and taper.
  6. 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.
  7. Hall Table -

    Had a failed restoration project of a mid century drop leaf and extension table that had been kicking around. It had been flirting with the burn pile for a few years as it was taking up space in the shop (and serving as a silent reminder of my restoration failures). I decided to salvage the...
  8. Maple and Bubinga Hall Table

    This is a simple little hall table I built for a customer several years ago. Woods: Bubinga, birdseye maple, hard maple, ebony. Door/drawer pulls are hand carved ebony. Drawer is dovetailed front and back and made from maple. Customer loved the contrasting and complimenting of the different...
  9. Hall table for auction

    I made this table for the local habitat for humanity fundraising auction.(sold for $500)I used valnut and tiger maple.Denish oil is the finish.
  10. Shaker Hall Table in Cherry

    Here's a small table I made for my mother in law. It's 48" x 16" x 30" high, mortise and tenon joints and finished with satin Waterlox original. It has inside tapered legs - 1 3/4" to 7/8". The top is 7/8" thick. Nothing complicated, Thanks for looking.
  11. High hall table

    Cherry. Made as part of my first-ever woodworking class around 2010.
  12. 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...
  13. The Strempel table (Out of the wood1)

    A hall table/occasional writing desk in African mahogany and spalted Cape Holly. 1420L x 560D x 835H I promised to post some photos of my accepted entries for the "Out of the wood" exhibition here in the Southern Cape, South Africa. This table is the most conservative in design of all my...
  14. Live edge floating top hall table

    I just finished off building this hall table for my own home as a functional piece AND to be used to illustrate certain joinery methods and design principles to my prospective clients. Dimensions: 1350mm wide x 300mm deep x 850mm high Material: Redgum legs and highly figured drawer fronts...
  15. Tapered Leg Hall Table

    Here is a Hall Table I recently made out of Pennsylvania Cherry. Tapered legs, floating drawer, half-blind dovetails, continuous grain and beveled top. Finished with 3coates of Tried and True Danish oil and light brown wax.
  16. Demilune

    White Oak and Mahogany with Minwax Antique Oil Finish "Demilune" uses compound angled floating tenon joints, tapered bent laminations, veneering, and hand cut joints with hidden room for expansion/contraction. With this piece I decided to focus on taking a very traditional French/Italian...
  17. Hall/Sofa Table

    Here's a hall table I just finished for my wife. It's all cherry with a hand rubbed tung oil finish. I guess it's arts and crafts style with a teeny bit of shaker mixed in. The faux pegs are walnut. I used mortise and tenon joints. Any and all comments and criticisms welcome! Happy new year!
  18. Triangle hall table

    I had the idea for a triangular table from a car dealership I saw when i was in Ottawa a few months back. The view I had was from the corner of the building where the 2 glass sides met and the triangular roof above continued to jut out. Very modern look. I hope I captured it with this table...
  19. Elegant Hall Table

    Constructed from a local Marri tree this table was intended to be elegant and modern. With a beautiful book-matched top and highly figured legs I feel the table gives the viewer a sense of depth when looking at it up close. Timber: Marri (red gum) Finish: Blend of Beeswax and Orange oil...
  20. Shaker Hall Table in Cherry

    This was a commission that I jumped at for the interest. Shaker styling with 1 3/4×1 3/4" legs, extra wide breadboard ends and two generously-sized drawers. Finish is hand-rubbed linseed oil and varnish.
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