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Maple and Walnut Table

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Woodworker: Randy Leavitt

Leavitt designed this maple and walnut table to be the centerpiece of his client's great room, which overlooks the Connecticut River. Built in homage to the trees that frame the view outside the client's window, the table has a base that rises from the floor like the roots of a tree and spreads out like branches. The live edges of the planks that frame the tabletop, combined with the shimmer of the inset glass top, mimic the river. The table is finished with an oil-and-varnish mixture.

Photo: Randy Leavitt

Design or Plan used: Not specified

posted in: Reader's Gallery, walnut, maple, oil, glass, varnish, Custom Design

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