I am a visual artist and woodworker creating functional and character filled furniture and accessories using the many techniques I have accumulated over the years. I received my BFA in 1998 and have since done fine art, finish carpentry, cabinet installation, and faux finishing. I have been doing original furniture design and custom woodwork since 2010.
My goal and purpose is to combine these elements and skills to make functional beautiful furniture that is inviting as well as aesthetically pleasing.

Sunday, June 19, 2011

Reclaimed Doug Fir and Live edge Cedar coffee table $495.00

These 6 pics are more recent, a little better lighting and a tripod. I noticed that this post was getting some views, and that it still had the old pics up. I've been using this table in my living room, and it has stood up to beer and wine spills, dog fuckery, as well as everyday wear and tear. Still looks the same as when I built it a year ago. Super stout, heavy, and heavy duty.

The top for this table was a true 2x12 of doug fir 18' long. I pulled it outta the river and dried it out, as chronicled in older posts.

Awesome grays and pinks come out of  the fir when sanded or planed tastefully. 

A happy accident, one of my dowel rods, a reclaimed wooden ladder rung is visible in the end cut. 

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