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  1. Kitchen Occasional Table

    This table was commissioned by a co-worker for his mother. All the dimensions were determined by the the client including the unusual height. When designing this table, I decided to use long tapers on the inside edges of the legs to give the table less of a blocky look and feel. The table is...
  2. Reclaimed Pine Coffee / Ocasional Table (Ebonized)

    This would look amazing in any farmhouse or rustic décor. This is completely reclaimed pine. The table skirt is a 2X10 that came from a 100+ year old house that had fallen. The rough edges are from water damage. They were interesting so I decided to keep them and highlight that. The top came...
  3. Rustic, Farmhouse, Reclaimed Pallet Mish-Mosh / Occasional / Coffee Table

    Sorry, y'all. I copy and paste the ads from my Etsy page. I don't like retyping the same information if it's already done. I don't mean to make it sound like I am selling it to you all. I know that each of you can build this (probably better) with little effort. This would look amazing in...
  4. Small Modern Table

    This little table is my first real build. I've done some refinishing in the past, along with remodeling the house and shop building, but this one is at least what I consider my first build. I moved into a new (awesome midcentury) house not too long ago, and along with the new house finally...
  5. Occasional Round Table

    Occasional Round Table. Approx 19" top. Through tendon on the legs - a first for me. Tendons were then pinned. Half lapped cross member on top and bottom. Made from pine. Stain is a golden honey. Sprayed multi coats of water based poly. Used plunge router with attachment to cut out the...
  6. Foyer Table

    My wife asked me to build a table to go buy the front door so I built this simple table out of pine. I stained it and added a poly. It served its purpose quite well! At some point, I may rebuild this same table out of hardwood. The only design changes would be to the top. This was fun, quick...
  7. Nakashima Inspired Conoid Side Table Burl Maple Slab Top with Black Walnut Modern Contemporary Base

    I just finished this Natural Edged Nakashima Inspired Conoid style base side, coffee, or end table. Dimensions: 38.5" long x 22" wide, by 18" tall. This was a commissioned piece, if you would like something similar, start by visiting my Etsy store item __ The extraordinary wood for the top...
  8. Zebra Hall Table

    This small table is the same design as one I previously posted. After hearing your much appreciated feedback I opted for a new pull. I also decided to lightened up the look by using Cherry and some Zebra Wood I was dying to use. Mortise and tenon joinery throughout. Finished with Arm-R-Seal...
  9. Refinished Occasional Chair

    ... Or as my friend put it: "This is always a chair - not occasionally." This piece didn't need too much work: it was dirty, missing its seat, and just had some Garage Grime on it. It was made in 1997 (not by me!) and used interesting square pegs to hold it together. Twenty years later, it's...
  10. Ebony Taboret

    It's not really ebony, but poplar. It's an ebonized version of a Gus Stickley "drink stand". It works great as an occasional table, and to highlight a piece of pottery or artwork. The lines are very pleasant.
  11. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Just ran accross this: http://www.powermatic90.com/sweepstakes/ Good luck! Maybe an LJ can win this too.
  12. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Hi All, I've recently been making small boxes, but I'm struggling to find a source of decent quality but not too expensive hardware - hinges and catches etc. I tend to make the boxes out of fairly thin material - no more than 10mm (about 3/8) thick so the hinges in particular have to be small...
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