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salvaged cedar table  // Posts tagged as "salvaged cedar table"

25 Oct Posted by in Furniture, Portfolio, Tables | Comments Off on Cowan Coffee Table

Cowan Coffee Table

Cowan Coffee Table

A coffee table made from salvaged red cedar, hand split and consturcted with mortise and tenon joinery.  This table measures 3 feet long and 1/12 ‘ wide and has an low shelf underneath for books.  The natural curve of the split wood is uniquely accented in the legs, while the natural colour variation is displayed […]

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21 Oct Posted by in Blog | Comments Off on Jago Coffee Table

Jago Coffee Table

Jago Coffee Table

This was a fun little project for a local couple here on Pender Island.  They needed a small coffee table but also wanted something artistic.  So I used some very unique pieces of red cedar that I found which have amazing colour patterns for the top of the table and fun curved pieces for the […]

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13 Mar Posted by in Blog | Comments Off on Reclaimed cedar dining set

Reclaimed cedar dining set

Reclaimed cedar dining set

Cedar is an amazing wood, and so versatile.  I have made many things over the years, but never a full indoor dining set.  Usually I make my furniture a little heavier as it is most often used as outdoor furniture.  This dining set was made to be inside, so I tried to keep the scale […]

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28 Feb Posted by in Furniture, Portfolio, Tables | Comments Off on Dining Set

Dining Set

Dining Set

A dining table and six chairs all made from salvaged red cedar, and assembled with mortise and tenon joinery.

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27 Oct Posted by in Blog | Comments Off on Old growth cedar dining table

Old growth cedar dining table

Old growth cedar dining table

This custom dining table project turned out fantastic.  The opportunity to build an indoor dining table using hand split cedar is not common, but fits the westcoast look of many homes here.   The table top pieces are from a reclaimed tree on Salt Spring Island which has amazing live edge and insect lines.  I […]

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