|Project by AndyPitts||posted 06-24-2015 09:14 PM||1812 views||6 times favorited||14 comments|
This is one of my early commissioned pieces. An architect wanted a desk for his wife, to be in a style similar to his own desk. He gave me drawings of a front, side, and top view to start from. I added my own design elements, such as the cherry banding, handles, and so forth and made the desk. The carcase is mainly veneered plywood. The tambour was a challenge to roll around a very sharp radius in the back, but everything worked out well.
Walnut, Cherry, and Red Oak
Oil and Beeswax Finish
54” w x 34” h x 29” d
Honorable Mention, 2008 Custom Woodworking Business Magazine Design Portfolio
-- Andy Pitts, Heathsville, Virginia, http://www.AndrewPittsFurnitureMaker.com, YouTube AndyPitts1000