Friday, January 3, 2014

Recent Project.

This rustic table/bench was recently completed and delivered in New Hampshire. It is similar to another table I did except you'll notice that the bracing is different. This has some angle bracing where as the other table had a center log, running the length, that was tenoned into the end braces. It is a wide Pine slab top (2.5" thick) with Spruce log legs and braces. This does have the end piece tenoned in between the two end log legs. It is sanded to 220 grit and finished with 3 coats of Vermont Natural Coatings on the base and 11 coats of Heirloom Wipe on Finish on the top. This gives it a beautiful look and lots of protection. The overall size is 4' long by 22 1/2" wide and 18" tall. The log leg diameters are roughly 5" to 5.5" wide. This was made to go at the end of a bed and it matched a Pine slab headboard that was mounted directly to the wall.

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