|Project by NikBrown||posted 03-29-2013 12:19 PM||2043 views||10 times favorited||11 comments|
I’ve wanted to play with a little arts and craft’s / mission style stuff for a while. So as we redo our family room I’m working on a couple pieces. My wife and I took a 2 hr stained glass class a couple months ago and had a lot of fun. So we were looking for a good first project…. We may have gone a little more complicated than most people do for a first project.
I designed the glass pattern and base on the computer with my wife looking over my shoulder. My wife and I did all the stained glass work together, which was really cool!
I made the bases out of quarter sawn white oak and hid the wiring in the back “leg”. Not a very complicated design but it think it’s kind of “missiony” and goes decent with the shades. They were a quick and basic build sue to a very time time schedule currently.
Because we stained all the trim and a built-in in that room DARK Brown (almost black) and the walls are such a rich color. my wife wanted me to keep the wood somewhat on the lighter side of many arts and crafts finishes. I didn’t really want to play with fuming so this is what I came up with.
Golden Oak Danish Oil, Amber Shilac, 320 grit, Dark Brown danish oil to fill pores, Amber Shilac, 320 grit, General Finishes Arm-R-Seal Satin, 320 grit, General Finishes Arm-R-Seal Satin
I love working on joint projects with my wife, it was a lot of fun! :D
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