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While living in San Francisco, many of the necessary daily expenditures became financially burdensome.  Purchasing anything had to be carefully thought about so when I moved into a slightly larger rental, I decided to start building the furniture I couldn't afford.


These end tables are made predominantly from cherry wood.  The drawers incorporate curly maple elements with the hope that when they’re opened, that light reflects across the chatoyancy of the wood, highlighting a moment that should cause a person to slow down to notice something special.


They incorporate a waterfall grain pattern for the drawer boxes.  The legs are made from welded, square stock steel, finished with black paint.


Cherry End Table Process Shots

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