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Natural & elegant rustic furniture & Glass Top Tables
Glass top tables
wooden top rootball table
Stump  tables
the burly figured wood of Kansas Burr Oak
Coffee  tables
Not a live tree falls
for our burnishments.
Spalted Oak Bench



Slab coffee in progress
Slab Tables
In progress
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Slab library table for hotel reading room.
Solid wood dowel joinery of this slab table.
We call this a natural edge. Elsewhere on the internet referred to as a
The dowel leg joinery below, accented with cross wedges. Very sturdy.
A slice of a stump. Still,,, it's a slab.
The term " slab " is generally used today, to describe a thick cut of a tree having substantial width. Originally, and still in most timber circles, the term slab is meant to mean, the first cut off of a log; the rounded edge of the log, with bark on it such as the piece used as a seat on the bench ( photo, right ).
Slabs, slab table details, and trivia
Oak log bench, slab seat.
Our Oak Log Bench
Below, a close up of a natural edge. Note the sharper corners of the edge vs a rounded corner. This, to assist in blending the warmth of the slab into a traditional or contemporary decor.
Looking down on this slab table top. The natural edging was left intact, highly finished until it glowed, and is baby soft to the touch.
Designers NOTE:
Much of the discussion upon this website is about tables. Slabs, however are wonderful pieces for counter tops, fireplace mantels, bench seats, and more.
Related pages, below.

Slab table in progress.

Coffee table slab table

Details of a slab table base

Slab library table for Monterey Hotel.

Slabs of burl.