River Table Conversion
I was approached by the client who wanted to refurbish an old table she had inherited, however it was showing signs of its age – the table was warped, uneven and heavily tarnished. After discussing several options, she opted for a river table conversion, which allowed the table to be made wider, and for all the holes and cracks to be filled so the table would have a smooth and hygienic finish.
The client wanted a copper pigmented epoxy to match other interior decor, so I presented several samples to help decide on the exact color and opacity. The table was then flattened, cut in half and placed into a custom mold for the epoxy pour. She also requested an oiled finish, so the table was then planed, sanded and treated with Danish oil, and the epoxy was polished to a mirror finish.
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