Build an Arts and Crafts Coffee Table
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Get an overview of furniture maker Gregory Paolini's latest Video Workshop project, an Arts and Crafts-style coffee table of beautiful quartersawn white oak.
Learn how to build beautiful table legs with figured quartersawn grain on all four faces by using lamination techniques.
Learn how to cut and mill components to consistent size and thickness.
Learn how to cut perfect mortise-and-tenon joinery with a router and router table.
Tackle the most visible joint in this project as Paolini demonstrates techniques for blowout-free through-tenons.
Learn how to create beautiful breadboard ends that move with seasonal changes in humidty.
Learn the right way to use a random-orbit sander to obtain a flawless surface on your furniture. Plus, tips on how to attach the tabletop using traditional button blocks.
Paolini demonstrates glue-up techniques and applies an easy oil-based finish that brings out the oak's beautiful ray fleck.
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