Aromatic cedar slab with cerulean blue metallic epoxy, with natural steel trapezoid base bases.
Sculpted mesquite wood with blue epoxy. Angled steel base.
This mesquite coffee table is a mate to another project found on this site. I was especially captivated by the unique design of the wood’s ends – eaten up by the various bugs that once lived in the tree. The low and long format makes a striking statement in any setting.
This is a pair of cedar rounds that are filled with a forest green epoxy. When backlit, the green really pops and turns into a bright neon color, giving the table a multi faceted design and function.
This piece was constructed from a small collection of walnut pieces that my father acquired. The challenge to creating this piece was making something out of the limited amount of wood. There was a slight void in the top, so epoxy was used to fill in the gap and provide a smooth surface. Normally I leave epoxy unsanded, with a light sanding, a matte finished was achieved that matched the wax finish nicely. So, we have a narrow but chunky table that will make a great drink table.
Heavy live edge mesquite slab with natural voids filled with clear epoxy. The square steel legs on this table are not permanently mounted, so they could be swapped for a different style if a client desired. There is a heavy top coat of epoxy in this piece so it’s extra durable.
This project involved a large cedar round that was actually multiple trees that grew closely together. Colored epoxy was used to help bind the separations into a single form. A geometric welded steel base completes the look – it’s simple lightweight structure supports the heavy top while keeping the eye drawn upwards towards the deep lustre of the wooden piece.
This heavy slab of cedar was brought to me, and I wanted to attempt to unveil the beauty of what was beneath the rough saw marks. There have been many hours of sanding devoted to this piece, and it goes to show how incredible a piece of cedar can really be. It felt a little too short to be anything more than a small coffee table or side table, but it’s presence immediately draws your eyes when you see it. I had no idea how amazing the grain structure would turn out, but the effort was definitely worth it. Read more
This table would fit in a variety of settings due to the warmth of the wood and edgy geometry of the steel legs. Beautiful mesquite live edge top has been sanded to show the enhanced grain and finished with tung oil. A circular knot hole is present through the piece and adds a nice touch of character. Due to it’s shape, it would fit nicely in a wedged corner just as well as a full side table in any setting.