I have finally made a dining table for Sally and me. The legs were made back in 2018 but, until recently, I didn't have the wood required to build a top. The legs are made of Cherry. The top is made of cherry with a book matched rectangular walnut insert. Finished with 3 coats of Arm-R-Seal and 2 coats of boiled linseed oil. January 2020.
Waterfall Slab Coffee Table with Iron Leg
Cherry slab dovetailed to a waterfall leg. Rectangular iron leg at other end of table. Finished with two coats of Arm-R-Seal and 4 coats of boiled linseed oil. July 2019
Oval Dining Table
Top is constructed using two curved boards book matched from the center of a large Cherry log. The gap formed by the curved boards is filled with walnut. The legs are constructed from solid cherry. Finished with two coats of Arm-R-Seal topped with two coats of boiled linseed oil impregnated with pine resin. July 2018
Desk Without Drawers
Top is constructed with two adjoining slabs from the middle of the same log joined with a curved walnut strip. Natural openings are stabilized with ornamental walnut bowties. Legs and top are constructed from solid cherry. Rubbed oil finish. September 2015
Computer Lecturn for Desk without Drawers
Solid Cherry. June 2017
Beech Butcher Block Counter
Laminated american beech butcher block counter with decorative beech bowties. The counter measures 14.5 feet long and 20 inches wide. Installed in a Philadelphia restaurant called Comfort & Floyd started and owned by Sally's neice and her husband. Finished with Arm-R-Seal. March 2018.
Stand alone butcher's block with drawer. American Beech, with 2.5" thick top. Wheels on the two side legs provide easy transport. Mineral oil and bee's wax finish. November 2014
Solid Cherry. May 2017
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Thanks to... Grace DuVal for photographing the Dr. Suess Bed and the Desk without Drawers. Becky Hutcheson for photographing the Upper Cherry Cabinet and the Desk Without Drawers. Amy Biddle for website design and photography. Tim Paul for the lumber that supplies my shop. (All from Virginia forests.) Sally Hutcheson (my wife) for her ideas, inspiration, insights, encouragment, patience, and photography.