Curly maple and mahogany end tables. The curly maple top is cut around the gently tapered mahogany legs to let the leg stand slightly proud of the top. The edges of the top have a subtle curves that finish in the center of each leg. Design by Ray Finan.
Materials: Curly Maple, Sipo Mahogany
Dimensions: 25.5" H, 19.5"W, 19.5"L
This version of the Ruby entry/hall table features curved aprons which differ from the original. The legs of this table curve in two directions to give the piece an elegant, graceful look. The top sits proud of the aprons to give a floating appearance. Based on a design by Don Kondra.
Materials: Mesquite, Ebonized Ash
Dimensions: 29”H, 13.25”W, 35.25”L
The legs of this table curve in two directions to give the piece an elegant, graceful look. The top sits proud of the aprons to give a floating appearance. Replicated from a design by Don Kondra.
Materials: Walnut, Maple
Dimensions: 29.25”H, 13”W, 35”L
Mesquite top with stained legs and rail. The rail is a bent lamination which mirrors the curve of the top.
Materials: Mesquite, Poplar
End tables with a distinctly Danish/mid-century modern influence. Reinforced mitered frames and subtle shaping on the rails and stretchers give a clean elegant look. These photos show examples in white oak and walnut, but can be made in any wood of your choice.
Materials: White Oak, Walnut
Dimensions: 20”H, 18”W, 18”L
Elegant and functional solid elm nesting tables. These tables incorporate wedged through tenons to secure the top to the legs.
Dimensions: 16.5”H, 13.75”W, 22.75”L (Largest table)
Simple design and clean lines combined with the use of the beech give this end table a Scandinavian look and feel.
Materials: Beech, Beech Veneer
Dimensions: 22”H, 20”W, 20”L