|Project by Bradley Sorenson||posted 06-20-2012 03:15 PM||1906 views||1 time favorited||5 comments|
These juniper top tables are from the same log, (a lightning strike juniper branch). I slab cut these at 4 inches thick, and used manzanita for the legs. The coffee table had a large cavity running down the side which was rotted and scorched from lighting passing through it, so instead of cutting it out and shortening the width of the top, I selected a dark red river rock (hardened clay) to fill it in with epoxy. The river rock matched the dark red of the manzanita well.