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Woodworker: Mark RighterWhen it comes to children, says Righter, curves are king because they are safe, fun, and playful. He also wanted to create the feeling of motion and found design inspiration in the leg area of a Vespa scooter. This red oak, maple, and maple plywood desk (40-in. deep by 20-in. wide by 24-in. tall) is finished with latex paint and water-based lacquer. From Fine Woodworking #222
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