This table was a customer request to fit in the tight space between a door and their couch. They requested a turquoise epoxy, and it was my first attempt at using metallic pigments in a project. Along with the metallic pigment, glow in the dark pigment was also added for a touch of fun. The edges were chamfered to prevent injuries to their little ones that play in the house. See, you can have something that’s durable, safe, and great looking… all in one package!
This large slab was not filled on the edges to take advantage of the interesting live edge. Thus, it creates drama with a narrow to wide taper as you move across the slab. Black matte epoxy fills the interior spaces and the slab is finished with tung oil and wax for a low subtle gloss.
This large cedar slab table was created by my father. His goal was to create something that would fit in a broad range of applications – rustic and modern alike. The chunky cedar top is finished with tung oil for a subtle matte finish.
This mesquite slab was ravaged by nature – both the elements as well as a bug infestation. But the damage done by the elements proved to form the perfect setting to reinforce the slab with epoxy and expose all of the rough elements.
Finished with tung oil and wax for a low gloss finish.
This table’s experiment relies on an open epoxy corner joining with a slab of mesquite wood. Turquoise dye was added to give the epoxy it’s color. The steel base supports the piece while leaving the translucent corner open and floating.
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 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.