|Project by Matthew Morris||posted 01-06-2015 04:08 AM||2022 views||14 times favorited||9 comments|
In the same way that wine and cheese form a perfect pairing, this side table accentuates your Living Room Arm Chair with ease and elegance. Inspired from the Tabouret table found in the living room, this low table has enough room for you to place your favorite books, magazines, iPad or Kindle. It sits at the perfect height for you to rest your glass of wine and plate of cheese as you turn each page.
This table differs from the original primarily in the top. Instead of a tabletop of marble surrounded by wood, I made a breadboard end top. This top has all the tradition Greene & Greene details from ebony splines to a beautiful inlay consisting of silver and fruitwoods.
I’ve posted a video preview of this project on my YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/mmwoodstudio
In this class you’ll learn:
• Traditional mortise and tenon joinery
• Create a breadboard end table top
• Inlay ebony splines
• Inlay silver and fruitwoods in a pattern
• Place and create ebony plugs
• And more!
-- Matthew Morris, MM Wood Studio, Southern CA, http://www.mmwoodstudio.com