A beautiful reproduction of a creole–style furniture from the 1800’s. Professional furniture maker and native of Louisiana, Greg Arceneaux has been making this creole-style table for decades. It is a reproduction of an original built around 1800 and a fine example of a regional style that blends French and Spanish refinement with country simplicity. Learn his secrets for building your own version of this side table.
An inspiring project for intermediate woodworkers. This Louisiana-style table features cabriole legs and scalloped aprons while the lack of carvings, inlays, or other complex details lends a rustic feel. The table legs are joined to the aprons with pegged mortise-and-tenons and while the cabriole legs and scalloped edges may look exotic, they are not difficult to make.
20 in. wide x 31-1/2 in. long x 27-1/8 in. tall
DIGITAL PLAN INCLUDES:
- Scale drawings
- Detailed cutlist
- SketchUp Drawing
Google SketchUp (free download available here)
- Additional Information
Extra No Author From the Editors of Fine Woodworking ISBN 978-1-62710-756-3 Publication Year 2014 Other Formats 11292 Cover Digital Project Plan
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