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  • #16
    Re: Handmade Kitchen Table

    Finding a suitable farmhouse table, however, is not easy as larger households rquire seating for 8, sometimes more, with suitable chairs to match.You should consider using a specialist renovator-buyer with experience of the French Provinces and language to source suitable items.
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    • #17
      Re: Handmade Kitchen Table

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      • #18
        Re: Handmade Kitchen Table

        Dan, have you thought of Red Alder. It is a nice hard furniture wood and is fairly cheap here in Oregon. I made a kitchen table in 1972 for my parents and still have it. My parents used it 10 years with 7 children then gave it to me when the children had moved out. A few years ago I cut it down to 5' and refinished it last year (it has been refinished 4 times now). Looks as good as the day I made it as a senior in HS. Just a thought.

        Charles
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        • #19
          Re: Handmade Kitchen Table

          Originally posted by DanLawrence View Post
          That is cheap for walnut, any where around here it seems that it's at least 4 to 6 $ bf. Cherry is not that bad here and there is a lot of fir and pine. Oak seems hard to get a hold of, I have been looking for a dealer.
          I get all my Hardwoods at Crosscut Hardwoods in Portland. They do have a Eugene location also. You might check there.

          Charles
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