Table leg repair, entryway table, circular table art

Today we got a pretty simple table leg repair. This table was broken in a move from Belgium to O'ahu. The leg snapped right where it was dowelled to the post, which makes sense because that's the weakest point. Luckily, the break was clean and it was easy to reglue. 

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Testing fit and drilling pilot holes before gluing. Picture all glued up will happen soon!

Testing fit and drilling pilot holes before gluing. Picture all glued up will happen soon!

Kristina was working on this awesome circular table that we've reclaimed. Here is the first half of the table painted. The other half will be different gradients of blue.

Kristina was working on this awesome circular table that we've reclaimed. Here is the first half of the table painted. The other half will be different gradients of blue.

Kristina at work! That green Frog tape works really well. It seems to give a crisper line than regular blue painters tape does.

Kristina at work! That green Frog tape works really well. It seems to give a crisper line than regular blue painters tape does.

Okay, one more project for today! We got a little piece of mango from Waimanalo Wood and were thinking about making a floating shelf out of it. But, we've made quite a few shelves lately so we wanted to do something a little different. We decided to make an entryway table with shelves underneath. In order to keep the price down, we used birch plywood for the base. 

Sorry for the poor lighting on the photo. This piece needs one more coat of paint on the base, and then we'll get some better pictures.  

Sorry for the poor lighting on the photo. This piece needs one more coat of paint on the base, and then we'll get some better pictures.  

Daniel Ovryn