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A “holy” driftwood coffee table

Although the red cedar stumps that I use for my driftwood coffee , dining & foyer tables are found very near the waters of Florida’s Gulf Coast, very seldom do I ever acquire a piece that had actually been in

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A driftwood coffee table for Stefano in Bologna, Italy

In November of last year I was contacted by Stefano who was building a new home in Bologna, Italy. He liked my work & was interested in obtaining a coffee table that would support a rectangle glass which he would

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A choice of finishes for your driftwood table

Although all of my driftwood furniture is created from Florida red cedar, there is a variety of ways that I can finish it. With all tables, once they’re structurally completed, I have them sandblasted. This reveals the natural colors of

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A very long faded sandblasted coffee table

Last year Tracy contacted me about creating a driftwood coffee table that would accommodate a 92″ long oval glass. Almost all of the driftwood stumps I acquire are not long enough to make that work without an inordinate amount of

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Englewood sandblasted dining table

In an earlier post entitled Gulf Coast deliveries I mentioned a sandblasted dining table we delivered to Chip & Liz in Englewood. We brought the table & he had a local glass company deliver the 60″ round glass. We recently

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