Tuesday, 5 April 2011

Iris Corner Table

  This small corner table offered the opportunity to try some bent lamination. The rail under the front edge of the top had to be curved but I did not like the end grain that would be there if I cut it from a thick piece of wood. The table is made from hard maple and has cherry strips laid into the front edge of the curved top and around the tapered legs near the top and bottom. I also applied some cherry banding to the bottom edge of the curved front, it helps to breakup the otherwise plain maple.

  This table was great practice for the next table I was to make for our family doctor's office.

As always thanks for looking

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