|Project by LoganN||posted 03-15-2013 11:33 AM||4200 views||18 times favorited||16 comments|
This is a table that I built several years ago (in my old basement shop) for a friend of mine who is a contractor and did some work at our house in an emergency. They had just redone their basement with a cork floor and I wanted to get them something that would complement the new flooring.
The table is Spalted maple with walnut legs. The legs are half lapped over the apron, allowing them to lock into place. The bottom shelf is also half lapped with the legs so they snapped into place and all of it is held together with glue. I added a thin inlay of walnut along the sides of the top to hide the joint of the apron and the top. My original design called for me doing some serious rounding of the edges, but when I dry fitted the pieces I really liked the solid look of the edges and the top, so i kept what I had. I finished this one with boiled linseed oil and a wipe on poly. My friend is a firefighter and I was particularly happy with the grain of the grain of the wood because it has a flame like quality from the side angle.
This is the second project I’m posting on LumberJocks. As you might guess, I’m partial to spalted maple and woods that make it stand out. I hope you all like it!
-- Logan www.NewmanSpecials.com