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Ann from New Hampshire desired a river table for her entryway wall that could handle the 150lb weight of her bronze statue to be featured on top. Since I weigh exactly that amount, it was an easy test!
As you can see in the console table design, I like a compound angle on the waterfall sides. I prefer this over a straight cut because the angle visually transitions more smoothly. Another strong feature to my work is using interesting wood for the inside drawers. I chose figured cherry for Ann.
Oh! I almost buried the lead. Another signature element of mine is using book-matched crotch walnut drawer faces. It is often the favorite feature of most of my clients because the drawers offer as much visual intrigue as the river.
These details make every piece is a unique work.