Arts & Crafts End Tables

March 14th, 2012 by

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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table top

drawer face

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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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