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black walnut - Fine Custom Woodworking - Wane Edged Sideboard

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Greene and Greene-Style Side Table By Tim Johnson Why make an ordinary table when you can make this elegant one instead? The difference is in the details. That’s the genius behind the furniture of Charles and Henry Greene, California architects and furniture designers active during the first quarter of the 20th century. Through thoughtfully designed details, they combined the flowing, organic curves found in traditional Chinese furniture with the hard-edged …

Greene and Greene-Style Side Table By Tim Johnson Why make an ordinary table when you can make this elegant one instead? The difference is in the details. That’s the genius behind the furniture of Charles and Henry Greene, California architects and furniture designers active during the first quarter of the 20th century. Through thoughtfully designed details, they combined the flowing, organic curves found in traditional Chinese furniture with the hard-edged …

BLACKER DINING CHAIR DETAIL — Greene and Greene reproduction; made of mahogany with dyed finish; ebony pegs and splines, inlaid silver, green abalone and copper; leather seat; hand-carved waterfall. Spring-cushion seat. 20″ (w), 17″ (d), 40″ (h)

BLACKER DINING CHAIR DETAIL — Greene and Greene reproduction; made of mahogany with dyed finish; ebony pegs and splines, inlaid silver, green abalone and copper; leather seat; hand-carved waterfall. Spring-cushion seat. 20″ (w), 17″ (d), 40″ (h)

I love the corner detail on this rustic tabletop made from barn wood planks. We have to remove the desk from the family room to put in the new floors. We're going to reconfigure it from a corner desk to a straight desk along the wall when we reinstall it. I want to reuse the base cabinets to support a new top. I'm thinking of using old Louisiana cypress planks to build a top with some character.

I love the corner detail on this rustic tabletop made from barn wood planks. We have to remove the desk from the family room to put in the new floors. We're going to reconfigure it from a corner desk to a straight desk along the wall when we reinstall it. I want to reuse the base cabinets to support a new top. I'm thinking of using old Louisiana cypress planks to build a top with some character.