Friday, April 30, 2010

~Coffee table and end tables~

Today I would like to show you my coffee table and end tables that my husband (Steve) made.

I do not have before pictures of Steve making the coffee table or end tables, sorry.  Steve just doesn't get the whole blogging thing... You take a bunch of pictures before during and after...



The wood is solid walnut with maple inlays!


Here's the legs... 

After he finished, he put glossy polyurethane on it.


Here's a view of an end table.  Steve even made the inside of the drawers out of the walnut wood.  



So what do think of our new coffee table and end tables???

Didn't he do a great job?  I think he did!!!
Oh, Steve just said it's For Sale!


I'm linking HERE!

20 comments:

Kristi said...

Woah, nice! I love the contrasting wood. Tell him he did a great job!! Although, I"m sure you already have. :-)

StressTheSeams said...

Wow! I saw you on Remodelaholic and I LOVE the inlays! Awesome work!

simplydesigning.blogspot.com said...

Wow!! These are beautiful!! What a talented husband you have!
Thanks for linking up today!!

simplydesigning.blogspot.com said...

Wow!! These are beautiful!! What a talented husband you have!
Thanks for linking up today!!

Becca said...

Wow! What a talented hubby you have! Thanks for linking up at Homeiswheremystorybegins. I hope to see you next week too, for Home and Family Friday!

Becca

Audra said...

Wow! Simply divine craftsmanship! I love them, what an extraordinary husband you have.

Thank you for sharing.

Sylvia (at) Lily's Pad and Petals said...

Is Steve a profesional !!!! He did an excellent job and should make them for sale.
Beautiful and you are lucky to have these gorgeous tables.

The Thrifty Designer said...

Beautiful wood-work. Great job Steve!

TidyMom said...

VERY nice!! Lucky you!!

Thanks for sharing and linking to I'm Lovin' It! Have a GREAT weekend.

Suzanne said...

Those are a work of art. Truly gorgeous!

Steph said...

What a great job!!!!

Amanda said...

Those are awesome! How nice to have a hubby that makes your furniture instead of having to buy it! :)

Jane@Little House of Projects said...

Those are great! I love it when someone takes the time to make something special and unique for their home. Thanks for sharing...

Rory from Tools Are For Women Too! said...

Lori,

Tell Steve he did a great job! Inlay work is not easy. From the pics the coffee table legs appear to be tapered. If they are, thats a nice touch.

Rory

Casual (dash) Cottage said...

Wow!
way to go Steve.
those are purdy!

Le Chateau des fleurs said...

Lori, got your message and thank you for your comment and visit :)
My oldest is turning 10, so she is ok still with baby stuff LOL.
So for a 13. i would first see what kind of Halloween costume she likes. Buy her a costume now...cheap and she can wear it and start the them for the party and be the center of attention.
Let's say she likes. Harry potter, pirate, Gaisha, Shreck? Princess.
Go to a costume website and see what she likes....Then for the cake...Go with the theme. Make everything pink....For a shreek party...do it princess like with a pretty lime green cake and go see the movie after..... Tell me what costume she chooses and i will give you ideas on the theme :)
Buy the costume without telling her and make her wear it on her Birthday LOL. If she says no. Tell her that's how you have fun at a Party !. LOL
OHHH I have a give away on my blog. Don't want you to miss it :)
XOXO
Frenchy

The Southern Door said...

WOW...I am impressed!

Amber said...

Wow! I am really impressed! Great job!!

Thanks for the sweet comments on my Eric Carle growth chart! :)

Amber

Sweet Tea said...

Wowser!!
Great job!

goldilocks creations said...

I love them! They are truly beautiful!!!!

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