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  1. Patio Table from Reclaimed Cedar

    My youngest daughter is in college in KC and she and 4 of her friends moved into an apartment off campus in January. They have a small balcony they like to sit on and have coffee and she thought it would be nice to have a little custom table to put out there. Hence the table project shown here...
  2. Cherry Timber Table

    This table is 65" wide x 132" long and 3" thick with 10" x 10" solid cherry legs with saw kerf marks. Table has iron rivets on edges. Iron square washers and rivets on surface with iron plates at lower leg area. This table is sure to be a head turner !
  3. Mesa Rustica (Rustic Table)

    Back in 2005 we purchased a home outside of Cuenca, Ecuador. We had very little furniture and really weren't ready to buy any. So, with only a handsaw and a screwdriver I built us a rustic table to set on the front porch so we could enjoy the sunsets and tea, coffee …etc. at the same time. I...
  4. Fine Rustic Walnut Dining Table with Live Edge

    Here is what I like to call Fine Rustic furniture, where the table top is rustic but the style and the base are more elegant. This table came about after my wife and I moved into our new house a couple of years ago. We had a dining room but not a table big enough for the space. We couldn't find...
  5. Figured Moabi Side Table

    I recently refinished this figure Moabi side table, that I made for my wife six years ago. The top is slightly rectangular with a curve running along each edge to give an elegant look that compliments the legs. The base is just a simple pedestal style with the center column just a couple inches...
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