|Project by fredj||posted 07-19-2013 01:28 PM||783 views||0 times favorited||9 comments|
The top is red oak left over from some I bought more than 20 years ago. I bought it because of the very curly grain which is unusual for red oak. Most of it became my dinning room table. The bloodwood disc was inlaid to replace a windshake crack that would not lay down no matter how I tried, so now it looks like a planet.
The legs are white oak that was taken from salvaged lumber. Because I wanted to keeps as much of the crazy grain, I did not straighten either edge, just left it as is. One end is an inch wider than the other, as are the legs.