Black River Bar Top

Project Hutchinson, Woodworking

Epoxy bar top kitchen remodel wood

 

I previously wrote a post on my epoxy river table bar top, but it just focused on a video of me making it. This piece is made from a California black oak tree that fell down on my neighbor’s property a few years ago. I harvested it with a chainsaw alaskan mill and let it dry for about two years before starting the project. The center is a deep pour epoxy from Stone Coat Countertops, and colored with an onyx black mica powder from Black Diamond Pigments.  Check out the previous link for a list of the supplies I used.

Here are a few pictures of the finished piece in my kitchen remodel.

Bar top - oak and black epoxy

 

Epoxy river table bar top

 

 

River Table bar top

 

Below are a few pictures of the piece while it was in progress.

 

Wood split in the middle for the river table bar top

 

River table bar top mold

River table curing epoxy

Back bar top

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[…] durable. I’ve used it for some tops, such as my black river bar top and epoxy river placemats. It will show scratches after a while due to dragging stuff over […]

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