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  1. Waterfall

    Ok, not exactly woodworking but a lot of fun to make. A single use decoration for a formal dinner for a class of my son's. Plywood and 2×4 frame with cutout for a kiddie pool. I had a guy that insulated new houses spray it with expanding foam insulation. Set a water pump in the pool and ran PVC...
  2. Vintage Box

    (I call it "Vintage" since, even though it's only a week old, it already looks old and beaten up!) I thought it might be amusing to try to wrap some veneer around a 90° (slightly more, in fact) curve. Well, like Queen Victoria, I was not amused. Aside from the clamping difficulty (no veneer...
  3. Waterfall Ottoman Table

    I made this handy little waterfall table out of some walnut I had in the shop. It's nice to hold drinks if you sit in the middle of the couch and can't reach the coffee tables on each side. Alternatively, if you turn it on its side, it works as a small dining tray.
  4. Live Edge Walnut Slab Desk

    Hey Guys, I have been working out of that closet for a while now, and it was time to build myself a big boy desk, and I had to "do it big" as they say/ So I grabbed a GIANT American Black Walnut slab and well…waited. I knew I wanted a giant dovetail waterfall side, sort of inspired by Jimmy...
  5. Floating Epoxy Waterfall Table

    I went out on a limb and made this epoxy waterfall table out of a cherry slab and some epoxy resin. It was a fun new project as it was my first time using with resin and first time to weld a metal base. I have a full tutorial video if you are interested in seeing the process. Thanks! Brad
  6. Live Edge Waterfall Coffee Table Build

    I Build A Live Edge Waterfall Coffee Table[/SIZE][/B] In this video I build a Live Edge Waterfall Coffee table with metal bowtie inlays and an aluminum leg. Building slab furniture has become somewhat of a passion for me. Over the last few years I have literally built dozens of pieces from...
  7. Walnut Waterfall table

    This is a beautiful walnut slab I bought and decided to make into a waterfall table to try and sell at an art show I set up at. I didn't sell it, but I did take best in category, so that was nice too! The base and bow ties are padauk and the white epoxy is called apoxie - I've posted about it...
  8. Another Escher as relief carving

    Here is another famous Escher graphic design converted to relief carving. This impossible structure with a waterfall was a lithograph he did in 1961. If you trace the water flow down the twisting brick channel, it mysteriously ends up at the top of the waterfall. This 16" x 20" basswood carving...
  9. Coffee table

    This table is some extra White Ash I had laying around gathering dust. So instead of burning it I thought a small table would do someone some good
  10. Succulent Planter from Scrap Walnut Flooring

    While picking up some wood at my local lumber store I spotted this scrap of walnut flooring by their miter station. They tried hard to convince me not to buy it (too much sapwood, it has tongue and groove cut in for flooring, etc) but I saw the potential. A few days and a few cuts transformed...
  11. Hairpin leg Coffee Table

    This Coffee table is made out of one solid piece of 18" wide Ash with waterfall grain that flows over the edges. Finished with General Finishes Endure water based clear poly and mounted on 8" hairpin legs.
  12. Waterfall Spalted maple and walnut sofa table

    I wanted to try something different with a sofa table and had this idea. The really difficult part was making the top and bottom corners line up - I actually had to cut out the flies corner twice to get it right, but in the end I was happy and it was the first piece to sell at the art show I had...
  13. tear drop / waterfall ?

    cut from one solid log. What would you call this? tear drop or waterfall?
  14. Live Edge Waterfall Oak Bench

    This is a project that I did not plan to do, but the opportunity came when a friend bought a portable saw mill rig for his chain saw and slabbed a log. I wanted to encourage him, so I bought a slab for a few bucks. Most of my work has been rectilinear cabinetry or boxes. My intent was to make...
  15. C-type Couch Table from a repurposed countertop

    A friend of mine renovated his kitchen and gifted his solid oak Ikea countertop. Our new giant covid couch has no where to place a drink. The only people that can place a drink are those sitting on the far ends. So I decided to make a C table. The countertop has a food safe wax finish. I cut...
  16. Ambrosia Maple and Walnut Coffee Table

    The inspiration for this project was the many beautiful waterfall tables I have seen. The "slab" is actually four carefully chosen and matched boards. I cut the miter originally with my track saw but the results were not quite good enough so I tuned the miter on the table saw. The walnut leg is...
  17. Waterfall live edge end table with tusk tenon

    A Xmas gift for my in laws. 17.5" h x 10" w by 18" l. I have always wanted to try a waterfall miter and a tusk through tenon so I put them both in there. My first time using live edge rough sawn planks. Did not realize how much I depend on those straight true edges when making things till they...
  18. Live edge book matched maple waterfall slab table

    Made this custom waterfall table about a year ago, complete with dutchman joints, thick poor epoxy, and a steel frame. I believe it was finished with Enduro-Var.
  19. Black walnut kitchen island with waterfall countertop

    Black walnut island with 6 full pull drawers, cookie sheet drawer at end. Overhang on back side for bar stool seating. Dead flat top coat finish over 3 coats of wipe-on poly. Full pull Blum slides, square bar brushed nickel hardware. (GFCI outlet under overhang.) EDIT: re-uploaded the photo...
  20. Double Waterfall Epoxy and Walnut coffee table

    I was approached by the rabbi that married my wife and I and performed the naming ceremony for both my children to make a coffee table with red epoxy, walnut, and a double waterfall. I was lucky enough to find a Black Friday deal on Superclear liquid glass epoxy and was able to use that for the...
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