Entry Table

Scott made this beauty for our front entry area.  We have a small space.  The last thing we needed was a big clunky piece of furniture to enclose it more.  It’s the perfect size at 14″ deep.

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The legs he rounded on the lathe and then added the braided pattern with a power engraver.  It’s a lot of work, and if you do a complicated pattern on a table – remember you’ve got to do it x4!

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This is actually made from leftover flooring
(the flooring underneath the table as a matter of fact).

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MATERIALS USED:
Wood – Hickory
Stain – First it was rubbed with Mahoney’s Walnut Oil.  Once that had a chance to seep in for a few days, Old Masters – “Special Walnut” was then applied on top.  Using the Walnut Oil first really helped the grain come alive.
Top Coat – Lacquer (Satin)
Handle – Restoration Hardware

*Mahoney’s products are not found at big box retail stores.  They are going to cost you a little more, but they are a great product.