Juniper coffee table

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Project by thatlabguy posted 1038 days ago 1251 views 2 times favorited 6 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Beginning another dyed Juniper coffee table and showing one just completed. Shows some of the epoxy work I had to do on each. First one has Mt. Mahogany legs with bitterbrush accents and finished one has bitterbrush legs and braces.


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#1 posted 1038 days ago

Very nice. I see in the background that many more projects like this are going to be made.

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#2 posted 1038 days ago

I love the grain of juniper and your table shows it off so well, at first I did not know what was going on when I saw pebbles? embedded in the surface then I realized what it was, so cool…..

-- Love thy neighbour as thyself

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#3 posted 1038 days ago

Thanks for your kind comments. I like to use our local quartz and moss when I have the chance to or if there is a hole in the wood. Dying the Juniper does take away a bit from the beautiful grain but, some of my clients want a darker look rather than the lighter colors in natural Juniper.


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#4 posted 1038 days ago

These are beautiful! I like the dyed top with the natural legs and the epoxy with stones/moss is awesome!

-- " I'll try to be nicer, if you'll try to be smarter" gfadvm

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#5 posted 1038 days ago

Very nice! Can I ask you how you epoxy with the depressions on the edge of the wood? I’m getting ready to do a top similar to what you’ve done, and am concerned about evenness and dripping. Again, very nice. I love the look of juniper, and you’ve done very well with it.



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#6 posted 1032 days ago

Beautiful work!

-- ~Julie~

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