This end table
design struck a chord with me in its
modern design, lines and shape. It is a
pleasing accent piece for any
living/family room. I chose American
Cherry for its rich hue coupled with
ebonized Maple for the strong structural
This customer wanted a pair of wall tables to enhance a dual level and long entryway into the living room area of their home. The upper level table is about 36" wide and the lower is about 48" wide. Both stand 36" tall and are 11" deep. The lower level is one step down.
Wall Tables (Cont'd): The main body components are made from African Mahogany and all trim/detail work is with Gaboon Ebony. The tops are both slabs of Eucalyptus Red Gum with a live edge (which is becoming very popular).
This is a
wine/liquor cabinet made from American
black Walnut. It was designed to hold
six bottles of wine at each end;
glassware in the LED lighted shelved
areas, and additional equipment &
bottles in the center.
incorporates a slide-out "breadboard"
between two lower drawers. The unit
stands 50" tall, 48" wide and 18" deep.
Baltimore Card Table is a reproduction of an
established design found in many early manor homes
of the northeast and south. It differs only from the
use of Mother-of-Pearl inlay on the legs and a
circular veneer design on the opened top (not shown).
This cabinet stands
in the entryway of a large home for
visitors to use to store purses, etc,
during their stay. It was designed based
upon the Arts and Crafts styling made
famous by Geo. Stickly.
It was constructed
entirely of Quarter-sawn White Oak and
using flat black metal hardware. The
sides of the cabinet are flared outwards
slightly at the bottom to give the piece
a feeling of strength and permanence.
The piece has an ammonia-fumed finish.