Oversized TV Tray made from walnut with inlays.

Matt Furjanic

Matt
Senior User
Just finished - well almost. The legs need finishing, but the top is done, and I got to use it for lunch.
We frequently eat while watching TV, and the commercial tray was just too small at 14 X 18. This one is 16 X 27. And it looks a lot better. The inlay banding is redheart (AKA Chakte Kok) with ebony and holly stripes. Added the solid ebony edges for durability as well as a nice touch - I think. Lot of work for a TV tray, but it is something I will admire and use a lot.

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Phil S

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Phil Soper
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How thin are the holly and ebony stripes? They look to be about .015

Great work
 

stevenross

steven
User
This is why I enjoy this forum. You all give me hope. I would have put a few hex bolts through a piece of 1/8 inch plywood bolted to the commercial trays
 

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