Live Edge Waterfall Coffee Table: Conclusion



Drilling a mortise, gluing and ending a live-edge waterfall
espresso desk.

Waterfall Coffee Table

A cropped image of the desk superimposed on a pure
background doctored by my photoshop-pro brother. Authentic
photograph by Kevin Bond.

A number of months in the past I started telling you tales
of the furnishings constructed within the live-edge class that I taught at
Peters Valley this previous summer season. Among the many furnishings created
there was a waterfall mitered espresso desk that my assistant,
Anneloes, and I constructed.

Immediately I’ll present you the ultimate phases of
our espresso desk story. 

After turning the leg, chopping the waterfall
and reinforcing the miters with dominos keys, we had been able to
drill the opening for the leg’s tenon, glue it in and at last put
a couple of coats of end on the piece.

Sanding the table.

Anneloes is sanding the desk.

Drilling the leg's mortise.

Drilling the leg’s mortise.

Waterfall Live edge Table 5

Photograph by Kevin Bond

by Kevin Bond

Photograph by Kevin Bond

by Kevin Bond

Photograph by Kevin Bond

by Kevin Bond

I hope that our stay edge adventures will
encourage lots of you to experiment with constructing furnishings
that celebrates pure edge options, as stay edge items
carry ahead the natural traits of the tree and its
lumber into your private home. There’s nothing extra splendid than a
stay edge piece of furnishings to heat up the room.

— Yoav Liberman


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