|Project by squaretree||posted 04-15-2014 09:15 PM||1064 views||8 times favorited||10 comments|
I’ve always liked mid-century modern furniture, and this was my first attempt at something in that genre. Although it was one of the simplest projects I’ve completed, it turned out to be one of my favorites. The sides, top and back are all mitred, so the trickiest part was clamping everything squarely. I had picked up a couple hundred board feet of spalted maple off of Craigslist, and it seemed to be the natural choice for this project. There are all kinds of little “worm holes” and defects that I absolutely love. I purposefully centered one of the larger holes right in the middle of one of the tops. For finish I used a water based poly in order to keep the wood as light in color as possible. Overall it was a fun project to build. I built a companion coffee table that I will post as well. Thanks for looking.
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