Maple River Table 132. Live Edge River Coffee Table.
In this video I build A live edge river table with the most insane piece of walnut I have ever seen.
Wood table with river glass. Redwood River Table 131. This river table had a ton of tricky parts and speed bumps along the way. Walnut River Dining Table 100.
Live edge wood is great. I took on this project as a challenge and it certainly did just that to my problem solving skills. One all is said and done and the table is completed with the glass insert the table ends up at roughly 8 x 40.
Walnut Epoxy River Desktop 129. This project was inspired by some of Greg Klassens work and is deceptively simple. Guaranteed to be a conversation starter in any dining room.
My take on the design made famous by Greg Klassen. All up it was about a week. If youre looking for a river table that isnt made from wood this river coffee table from OneOff is a good choice for you.
Before getting to the glass part though he planes the two slabs of wood to an even thickness. The two parts he cuts will form the tabletop which houses the sheet of glass river of this river tableand its a big table. Some of the most beautiful and figured burley maple I have ever seen.
Buy on Oneoff for 7133 9265. Walnut River Dining Table 106. This wooden table with glass river.
The white and blue tones of the table make it an instant eye-catcher. Walnut Epoxy River Coffee Table 126. Made from Corian and steel with blue resin details this stunning table is perfect for modern homes.
I built this live edge river table using a highly exotic and stunning piece of walnut from Oregon. Unique Wood and Glass Tables by Greg Klassen Greg Klassen is a masterful studio furniture maker who merges vast sections of gnarled hardwood timber with hand-cut glass panels to create tables which resemble rivers and lakes. This wooden table with glass river.
When the slab came in it was almost 12 long x 5 wide. Live edge coffee tables with glass down the center are the greaterest. Features blue glass routed flush into the table top as well as sturdy and beautiful metal wishbone legs.
Coffee Bean Dining Table 156. Watch how to make a wood table with a river of glass flowing through Andrea James 430 am Fri Mar 9 2018 Woodworker John Malecki created this amazing river table with a massive piece of gnarly. This thread is archived.
Furniture maker Greg Klassen builds intricately designed tables and other objects embedded with glass rivers and lakes. His River Collection is a series of intricately designed and handcrafted tables that feature embedded blueish-green glass rivers running throughout each piece. I walk you through how I did it.
This one-of-a-kind river table speaks for itself. Inspired by his surroundings in the Pacific Northwest Klassen works with edge pieces from discarded trees often acquired from construction sites or from dying trees that have begun to rot which he aligns to mimic the jagged shores of various bodies of water. Inspired by his daily experience of life in the Pacific Northwest artist and designer Greg Klassen fabricates one-of-a-kind tables featuring blue glass rivers lakes and waterfallsThe topographical studies mimic bodies of water seen from an aerial view but the twisting blue pathways are often defined by the wood pieces he selects.
New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast. Live edge wood coffee tables are greater. The naturally uneven edges of the wood and their vivid grains provide the perfect shore to mimic bodies of water.
Walnut Epoxy River Coffee Table 125.