I’ve had this small curly bird’s eye maple slab sitting around in my shop for a while. I finally got around to throwing it on a floating afromosia frame.
This is a matching set of end tables and coffee table for our living room. The tables are made from leopard wood with the exception of the legs which are bubinga. Brian at Logs to Lumber helped me pick out matching 8/4 leopard wood slabs to make a consistent top grain.
Below are two coffee tables made from the same walnut slab. The top table was my first real commission and is complimented by cocobolo pegged tenons. The second table was built from the remaining half of the giant slab, which was cut by Brian at Logs to Lumber.
This table is made of curly maple and bubinga.
This is another one of my early projects. It is a walnut and maple table; the walnut actually came from my uncle’s farm. The duck on top was carved by my dad – one of his early projects.
This writing desk is made from lyptus.