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Free Form Oak Branch Table
I like to start these tables with a base of 1/4 to 1/2 log, flattening it to accept the branches. Then, build a "mini forest" of Oak branches to support the top. The top is thick figured grain oak with natural or scalloped edging. The edging for the top can also be a more traditional rounded or mitered edge. Just let me know your thoughts.
Free formed rustic elegance - RE: "Donnies end table ".