|Project by Dusty||posted 12-02-2007 06:02 PM||1908 views||2 times favorited||8 comments|
This is another simple example of a “mixed wood table” using maple and cherry woods.
Obviously, this style isn’t for every one nor would it mix well with most other furniture.
This small table measures 29 inches tall and has a 19 inch round top.
Cherry with maple strips are inlayed to make the top.
An solid 1/4 inch maple strip was bent around the round top to cover the end grain on the top thus enhancing a finished look.
The stain is done in a simple natural , and has several finish coats applied.