|Project by Pezking7p||posted 07-27-2016 01:13 AM||1994 views||12 times favorited||23 comments|
This is my final case to match my other living room furniture. I made a copy of Thos. Moser’s American Bungalow occasional table, and have mirrored that theme through my own designs.
The table shares some themes with other pieces I’ve made for my living room: reverse tapered legs, long overhangs on table tops, and bevels. This piece is somewhat plainer than others, so I chose a gnarly board for the top to add some contrast and interesting features. There are three ebony bow ties and a large knot that I filled with epoxy.
Everything is solid cherry with poplar for secondary parts. Nearly all finished surfaces are finished with hand tools, and finish is arm-r-seal with wax.
I learned a ton from building all these pieces, and had almost zero experience when I started. I still have little experience but I hope to keep growing as my design and craft skills advance. Next up are some living room chairs.
Thanks for looking. Cheers.