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Project by NHwood posted 837 days ago 1344 views 0 times favorited 8 comments Add to Favorites Watch

My first stab at driftwood style furniture, but certainly won’t be the last! This was a lot of fun, letting go of the tape measure and square, and using some creative thinking. It’s made from some local driftwood found (FREE) here in New Hampshire. I brushed on a coat of Autralian Timber oil to finish it off. It’s not perfect, and there are some things I would change, but my better half was most excited to see the finished product, so thats all I can really ask for :) Comments and critiques welcomed, thanks for looking…





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jaykaypur

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#1 posted 837 days ago

A great job. Sometimes you just gotta let the work guide you and it looks like you did it justice. Good work.

-- Use it up, Wear it out --------------- Make it do, Or do without!

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Skiedra

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#2 posted 837 days ago

Letting the meter and square go! The best of both worlds, both strict planning and improvised artistry!

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SakeenaBlue

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#3 posted 836 days ago

Stumbling across this in the garden or woods would be a wonderful surprise and I would have to sit and daydream a bit.

-- Nancy

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doncutlip

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#4 posted 836 days ago

Interesting piece, I like it

-- Don, Royersford, PA

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NaFianna

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#5 posted 836 days ago

Love it. Have always wanted to something with driftwood and prunings.

-- Cad a dheanfaimid feasta gan adhmad.......?

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smithy

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#6 posted 831 days ago

Very nicely done! How did you tie it together, if I may ask; I don’t see any screws or nails?

-- Kevin, Indiana

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NHwood

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#7 posted 829 days ago

I counterbored the places where there were any nails or screws to inset them, but they are there lol. The back was put together using an air nailer w/ 1” – 2” finish nails and glue. It was a chore getting the first few sections assembled.

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robbiethewood

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#8 posted 828 days ago

its amazing what you can do whith free wood nicely done

-- http://robbiethewoodturner.net/

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