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Oak and Walnut Modern Chair

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Woodworker: Dean McWilliams

Inspired by the lines of a molded plastic chair, Dean McWilliams designed this one with steam-bent laminations for the legs, arms, and back. The white oak was steam bent, held in a form, and bonded with epoxy resin. Walnut was used for the crest and the sculpted seat. The finish is oil and polyurethane. From Fine Woodworking #200 Photo: Dean McWilliams


Design or Plan used: Not specified

posted in: Reader's Gallery, modern, walnut, oil, polyurethane, Oak, epoxy


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