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Custom Media Table

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This media table is a nice traditional looking piece with straight, square lines but with a few key details that really give it some great visual interest. The legs protrude through the top of the table and the material carries through horizontally to tie everything together. This is a media table for a buddy of mine. He’ll be storing his …

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Collapsible Folding Adirondack Table

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I had a customer who wanted some tables to go with his Adirondack chairs and this was the result! This is kind of a classic design, but I modified the table to pair up with my popular Adirondack chair design with classy overhangs and nice rounded corners. These are built the same as my chairs – with clear grain western …

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Adjustable Height Sit/Stand Walnut Desk

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This build is made possible by Waterlox finishes, find out more –> http://bit.ly/waterloxjackmanwalnutdesk Standing desks are the in thing right now so I got to build this adjustable height desk with a steel frame, walnut cladded leg and feet, with a giant walnut breadboard top. The top measures roughly 72×40″ and the desk adjusts from 28″ tall up to 48″ tall …

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Industrial Steel Frame & Butcherblock Wood Desk

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This build is made possible by Waterlox finishes, find out more HERE It’s been a few years since I’ve done any serious metal working projects so it’s great to be back! The legs are welded from some really beefy 3×1.5 tube steel for some substantial looking legs, plus some rebar X cross braces, mostly for ascetics and to add some texture. …

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Modern Waterfall Table (The Obtuse Tables)

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This pair of “waterfall” style tables I’m calling The Obtuse Tables were made from a repurposed maple butcher block countertop with a leg frame made from reclaimed mahogany. The main surface of the table wraps down at 95 degrees, so each of the legs kicks over at 5 degrees. The original idea behind this design was that due to the …

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Pallet Wood Workbenches

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These workbenches were made 100% from pallet wood. The tops are 36″ x 40″ x 2″ thick, all laminated from pallet slats. The main frame is fabricated from 3.5″ x 2.5″ pallet timbers and 1.5″ thick pallet slats, all from a super heavy duty pallet. The casters are locking 4″ casters. Everything is fastened from the underside, or the inside …

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The Facet Table

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Don’t worry my irritable devotees, full build video forthcoming! There were too many worthy adversaries in the challenge that I didn’t make the cut. That’s good news for you though, here is the teaser for your viewing pleasure, young chap. The cabinet is made from 3/4″ poplar plywood with 1/4″ oak plywood on the back. The drawers use the same …

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Litter Box End Table

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End table with built in litter box storage and magazine rack. Even with a built in motion sensing light for taking care of business when the sun goes down.

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Cedar Slab Table

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Coffee table made with a large cedar slab. Table base includes hidden drawer. Cedar slab is finished with a thick epoxy coating.