Arts & Crafts End Tables

March 14th, 2012 by
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We may not have posted many reader projects lately, but that doesn’t mean you’ve stopped making them! Some nice stock selection for the tops and eye-catching drawer joinery help make these tables stand out in any setting.

Here are a few pictures of some arts and crafts inspired end tables I built. All mortise and tenon joinery, with a sand cast bronze drawer pull. The finish consists of General’s Mission Oak Gel Stain, topped with two coats of amber shellac and wax.

Steve Pedersen

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3 Responses to “Arts & Crafts End Tables”

  1. Kevin Harwood says:

    Very nice. What is the wood used for the tops of the tables?

  2. Steve Pedersen says:

    Kevin, it is quartersawn white oak. Steve

  3. brian says:

    do you have plans for this project?

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