|Forum topic by RussellAP||posted 264 days ago||603 views||0 times favorited||24 replies|
264 days ago
I’m designing a cherry coffee table for my father in law.
I am going to take another piece of cherry and gouge it in 4 or 5 places and test how different inlays work on the cracks. There are so many of them, I want the inlay to look muted so I’ll be looking at several elements, brass and copper.
I need to know which side you all think is the best for the surface and include why you think so please.
Sorry to interrupt you Easter dinner, but if you have a minute look it over.
The size of the cherry slab.
the other side.
I’m planning on using 2.5 – 3” natural edge cherry branches as the legs to this table. They will be joined with a through tenon and polished as part of the surface.
So after you get full of ham, turkey, steak, BBQ, whatever, tell me what you think.
-- Mom always said, "you can do anything you put your mind to." The older I get the more I realize she was right.