tables

  1. rob.nester

    Let's choose a finish - cypress edition!

    You guys were great with feedback on finishes the last time I asked, so I figured I'd ask again. This time around, I'm looking for suggestions on a good finish for a pair of cypress end tables for my covered front porch. I chose cypress because it's a pretty weather / rot resistant wood, and I...
  2. rob.nester

    Let's choose a finish!

    So I'm planning on building a kitchen table for the wife. She's requested that it be made from either: 1) Maple & Padauk or 2) Maple & Bloodwood Now, I personally prefer the tighter grain of the Bloodwood but she likes the color of the Padauk. Either way, I want to figure out the best finish...
  3. Stuart Kent

    Hot Off The Press!!!

    I'm shouting from the mountain top again (although it's really more like almost sea level here and the trees are way higher than my house). My third and latest ad just came out in Our State Magazine! Help support professional woodworking in NC - and spread the word about my custom furniture...
  4. jobelenus

    Folding table legs

    I am trying to find some folding table legs better than the stuff at HD - I have a customer who needs 30 tables built, and while the table he has now has an HD set of legs on it, they are really crap. I'd like to upgrade a little to heavier gauge and smoother function - any ideas?????
  5. Work tables

    Work tables

    Free work tables
  6. Work tables

    Work tables

    Free work tables
  7. Coffee and End Tables - QSS & Walnut

    Coffee and End Tables - QSS & Walnut

    QSS & Walnut coffee table and end tables designed and built by John Skipper. The different types of joinery include tongue and groove, through tenons - double and singles, notches and square pegs. The tops of the tables and the legs are curved. Through tenons attach the legs to the...
  8. QSS & Walnut coffee and end tables

    QSS & Walnut coffee and end tables

    QSS & Walnut coffee table and end tables designed and built by John Skipper. The different types of joinery include tongue and groove, through tenons - double and singles, notches and square pegs. The tops of the tables and the legs are curved. Through tenons attach the legs to the...
  9. B

    Planer in/outfeed tables: rollers vs. cast iron

    On my new to me planer, a 15" Jet JWP 15CS, the in and outfeed tables have a steel frame with rollers. In my reading on various forums I"ve seen where people have considered the cast iron infeed and outfeed tables to be a substatial upgrade. Other than the vibration reducing and visual...
  10. BrianGeib

    Mission Style End Tables

    I forgot to take photos before I brought these to my sister. She sent these to me. Just some simple end tables. QSWO, of course, is from Scott Smith. ~26" x 26" x 18". Finish is Waterlox x 3, Dark Walnut Danish oil x 3, Waterlox x 3, Minwax x 3. She was so happy she now wants a matching sofa...
  11. Shamrock

    Walnut Side Tables Done!

    Finished up these 2 commission side tables yesterday thought I'd snap some pics before they were picked up. View image in gallery I'm happy with the shape, size, and form. Not the happiest with the finish, should have filled the tops before the poly. I did however, manage in the end to get...
  12. PeteM

    Side Tables

    Here's my latest attempt: Walnut base, Maple top with curly redwood Gingko leaf inlay. We have a Gingko tree in out yard and I traced a couple of the leaves for a pattern. I put my new US made Nicholson Rasps to good use on the legs. It was a fun project. I tried out a...
  13. W

    Inspiration to make end tables

    I want to make some end tables, but I need inspiration regarding design. Could any of you out there post pics of your end tables(or night tables) so that I can get ideas re size, shape, leg configuration? I have the desire but:dontknow: am lacking in the creative design department. Thanks to...
  14. T

    End Tables from Bicentennial Park Lumber

    Here is the first project to come out of the trees that were cut down from Bicentennial Park in Sylva, NC. You can read more about that story here. And you can view more photos of the tables while they were in progress here. Thanks for looking yall, David Nestler Tree of Life Woodworks, LLC...
  15. End_Tables

    End_Tables

    First Pieces Made From Bicentennial Park Lumber
  16. Closeup_2

    Closeup_2

    First Pieces Made From Bicentennial Park Lumber
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    134

    First Pieces Made From Bicentennial Park Lumber
  18. Coffee and  end tables

    Coffee and end tables

    Coffee and end tables designed by LOML. Tops have slight curves, legs are all curved double through-tenons. The cross piece at the bottom is connected to legs with dowels. Top is QSS and Walnut - tongue and grooved into place. The shelf is walnut with QSS for contrast. There is no metal in...
  19. Coffee & end tables

    Coffee & end tables

    Prototype has a drawer instead of a lower shelf.
  20. Coffee & end tables

    Coffee & end tables

    Top is QSS and Walnut - tongue and grooved into place.

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