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Tapered Frame Side Table | Tables by Eben Blaney Furniture
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Tapered Frame Side Table


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My Tapered Frame side table design came to me after helping some friends work on a timber framing project. I was inspired by the combination of angularity, airiness, and joinery detail in the English style barn frame that I helped cut and erect.

Like that barn, this table is all solid wood. And though open and airy, the table is surprisingly dense in finer details. The reverse- tapered legs of this table grow slender at their tops where they are connected by mortise and tenon and pegged through tenon joints to the slender, offset top rails. The top is 5/8″ with bevelled edges to match the outside angle of the leg in relation to the floor.

The lower shelf of the table is composed of two pieces. This serves both a functional and aesthetic purpose. Because the outside corners of the shelf are precisely fit to the legs, the gap between boards provides necessary room for wood expansion and contraction. The gap also gives a simple, clean visual break to the surface.

The table is pictured with my Tapered Frame mirror above it-- both in walnut. The second image shows another Tapered Frame Table in cerused white oak of which I presently have (2) available.

22 3/4″h x 15 3/4″w x 15 3/4″d

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I grew up among wooden boats and boatbuilding on the coast of Maine. Later, after working in several high-end cabinet shops on the west and east coasts and experimenting in various artistic media, I recognized the satisfaction and creative potential of furniture design. I began my business in 2000 back in Portland Maine combining my artistic talents and woodworking ability to begin creating distinctive contemporary furniture. I now work out of my self built studio and showroom in Edgecomb, a little further up the coast of Maine, where I continue to design and handcraft one of a kind, custom, and small batch production furniture, sculpture and decor for discerning clients and artful settings.