Blue River Spalted Oak Coffee Table


Blue River Coffee Table in Oak


I’ve made a few coffee tables over the years, but this is the most gorgeous one yet! This is one of my first tries at making a “river table”. I wanted it to have the classic blue look, and used some shiny Black Diamond Pigments to color the epoxy. 

This table is available for purchase over at the Redwood Monkey Workshop: Blue River Spalted Oak Coffee Table.

Coming soon I’ll have a post detailing some of the construction highlights.

Blue river coffee table - side view


Top view of Blue River coffee table

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