I bought a small lot of live-edge alder planks from the widow of an old shop neighbor, and built this 2′ x 4′ coffee table as a floor model for maker’s markets. The planks are nicely figured, and every outer edge is a live-edge. Complementary stains on horizontal and vertical surfaces give this otherwise rustic piece a subtle hint of edge.
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Live edge locally-sourced alder wood coffee table, 2' x 4' x 18"
Scrap Walnut, Cherry, Mahogany, live-edge Maple, 52″ L x 30″ W x 31″ H, with removable legs, foot-rest, and 30″ W x 24″ D x 3.5″ H Birch storage drawer. Composite surface and footrest. Shaped end-caps to match live edge sides.
I made this for a writer/artist who needed a worksurface that could double as a dining/gaming table when guests were over. Needed a nice, deep drawer to store art supplies, and removable legs for moving in and out of tight spaces.
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About 60″ L x 16″ H x 16-24″ W.
1 1/2″ thick live edge maple slab, hairpin legs.
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