This project took me two 4 month winter woodworking seasons to complete. Hard-Maple dining table with draw-bored breadboard ends, mortise and tenon joinery with walnut dowels for contrast in some exposed areas. Two, two-person Hard-Maple benches dovetailed together and two Walnut dining chairs with carved seats, using mortise and tenon joinery. All finished with Osmo PolyX, making things easy to repair WHEN my 3 and 4 year olds drag forks over it as I’m sure they will!!! Knock on wood.
I built this garden bench for my wife’s birthday which quickly found its way inside. It made from reclaimed Douglas for and finished with two coats of amber shellac. This was a great starter project for me and allowed me to use every machine in the shop except for the shaper.
I made the center cabinet for my sister-in-laws farm sink. The door panels are laser engraved with my mom and grandmother’s recipes. I made the panels and then she engraved them and I built the frame around them.
I built this island for a lady out of Goncolo Alvez and Walnut then made the top of course out of that beautiful spalted maple slab and epoxy.