Tiger Wood Table

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Project by Dusty123 posted 837 days ago 2981 views 15 times favorited 16 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Customer saw this at a hotel when they went on vacation and gave me a picture. The seats were cut from cedar logs. Added a few more pictures do to a number of requests. Any questions let me know. Happy to help.

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#1 posted 837 days ago

I’m not sure which I like more, the table or the seats. Nice work.. hope you plan on posting more! :)

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#2 posted 837 days ago

Very nice looking table.

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#3 posted 837 days ago

Very different and cool. Nice job.

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#4 posted 837 days ago

It would take more than a tiger to move that wood. HA HA

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#5 posted 837 days ago

You don’t have to worry about people trying to steal your patio furniture!

I really like both the table and the log seats.

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#6 posted 837 days ago

Great Table it is just so huge



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#7 posted 837 days ago

when and where is the BBQ party :-))

thanks for sharing


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#8 posted 837 days ago

Very Nice! I like this idea.

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#9 posted 837 days ago

Holly big blocks of wood batman. Thats an awesome table you built. Cheers

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#10 posted 837 days ago

i bet that lumber was cheap. very nice

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#11 posted 837 days ago

Awesome, can you add more pictures of the table joinery? That is beautiful.

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#12 posted 836 days ago

Those are some seriously massive chunks of wood

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#13 posted 836 days ago

Nice table all you need know are few beers some good friends and some steaks to go with the table .

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#14 posted 836 days ago

The table is beautiful and I love the seats. What finish did you use on the table and seats, if any? I don’t know anything about tiger wood, what’s it like to work with? I would also love to see a few pictures of the table joinery. Thanks for sharing.

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#15 posted 835 days ago

I used tiger wood because of its’ ability to stand up in the elements. With care it should last at least 20 yrs. It is a very hard wood that is very high in silica so it will dull your blades very fast. Very similar to teak in that aspect. I use a Cabot Clear water proof finish once a year before the summer season starts. It seems to work pretty well. the seats are cedar. I cut them in the way that the tree rings are horizontal and not resting on the ground. That should slow down the transfer of water into the wood. Your just have to start with large enough diameter logs.

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