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October 8, 2008
Bird's eye and tiger maple dressing table with walnut trim for my wife. I later added a desktop jewelry box.
Easy-to-build side table inspired by a Roycoft design.
A last-minute holiday gift for my then two-year old daughter Anna.
October 7, 2008
Wood is alder. I'll never do diagonals again!
Doors panels are tongue and groove at bottom to shed water. Wood is Philipine mahogony.
Top is quilted maple and hard maple. Frame is ebonized cherry.
The inside is hard maple, outside panels are quilted maple and frame is cherry.
The wood is walnut and curly cherry.
The figured wood is quilted maple veneer. The shelf support design comes from a Fine Woodworking article on ways to support shelves.
The highly figured wood is quilted maple veneer. To support the weight of filled drawers, a plywood super structure was built and then suspended in the maple/quilted maple outer frame…
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