Table from Paul’s Working with Wood 1 & 2 book. Maple with shellac finish.
Table as learned from paul in his book just played with the designing
Made from pine, with one coat of shellac and two of hard gloss polyurethane varnish, this will darken naturally over time to match the rest of the recipient’s pine furniture.
Occasional table in quarter sawn cherry.
Oak occasional table made on the August 2015 course. Finish OSMO polyx-oil
Made from a strange burnt wood called cambia maple. Don’t think I will use this wood again. Too brittle and crumbly.
Occasional Table, Beech, finished with Shellac and Wax
Ash table upcycled from dining table frame and legs
I used oak pallet wood I’ve had for a year and a half. Aside from the obvious nail holes, the wood underneath was beautiful. Finished with Summer Oak stain and clear shellac. First piece that SWMBO has allowed me to put in a room of our home!
Simple table with drawer, in knotty pine
Long table with drawers, from knotty pine. Matching grain across drawer fronts
A Pine End Table
Pine End Table with Breadboard Ends
Sapeli, finished with blonde shellac flakes.
White oak, danish oil and beeswax.
White Oak Side Table finished with Tried & True Varnish Oil
I actually made this table at the Fundamentals Course I took in Texas in the early 2000s! But just finished it two years ago after retiring. It is in walnut with wiping poly varnish.