Walnut end tables with Koa inlay

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Project by vicrider posted 1526 days ago 2274 views 18 times favorited 27 comments Add to Favorites Watch

I designed this set of three end tables for my daughter-in-law. Walnut cabriole legs, slightly taller than the top but not touching. Koa oval inlay. Mortise and tenon joinery. Finished in hand rubbed semi-gloss polyurethane. I would call the style modern with a nod to traditional.

-- vicrider

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#1 posted 1526 days ago

Wow, those are great. Love the flow and color you chose. Very impressive! A+++++++++++

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#2 posted 1526 days ago

Excellent tables! Love the clean lines. Extremely well done. Thanks for sharing!

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#3 posted 1526 days ago

Beautiful, love the detail.

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#4 posted 1526 days ago

I really like these. Great design and execusion.

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#5 posted 1526 days ago

A clean look with plenty of visual interest. Nice job.

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#6 posted 1526 days ago

Excellent attention to detail, from the grain orientation, to design and execution, to the cleanly finished product. Nice job!

Different, and I like that.

I’m sure she’s enjoying them.

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#7 posted 1526 days ago

SWEET! I love the style blend. Its like in a Sci Fi movie when people live primitive lives but have light sabers. The is a really cool design. Now lets talk about how you attached the top.

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#8 posted 1526 days ago

really nice work!

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#9 posted 1526 days ago

Ohhhh….. Now those are nice! I really love how you did the top with the legs. That is just flat out cool!

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#10 posted 1526 days ago

Beautiful tables. Love the design espically the where the legs and the top almost meet.

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#11 posted 1525 days ago

Wonderful tables a very pleasing design well done

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#12 posted 1525 days ago

Very nicely done and I like the design very much.

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#13 posted 1525 days ago

Great details – I really like these!

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#14 posted 1525 days ago

Excellent design! You did a great job combining the modern and the federal.

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#15 posted 1525 days ago

great work!

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