One Day Build: Live Edge Slab End Table

Sooooo awhile ago while I was working for a tree service (psudo lumber jack) we cut down this walnut tree. I kept two of the slabs from it and they’ve been sitting around in my garage for 10+ years.

So finally they’re dry (probably dried out a long time ago) and i decided to do something with them.

So this is what I did.
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Jason with gives a closer look at our very rustic From the Shire Stump Dining Table from our Cedar Lake collection. Order your dining table here:

14 Responses to One Day Build: Live Edge Slab End Table

  1. Consuelo Braga Ferreira Pinto says:


  2. Chris Montanaro says:

    what tools did you use?

  3. Debbie Brewer says:

    do you have a video on hoe you build your jig

  4. Debbie Brewer says:

    How long did you dry the wood after cutting before doing this project?

  5. Sharkson77 says:

    Where's did you get the slab

  6. OMAR says:

    I have almost the same table What oil or paint should i put over it and how frequently?
    Because my table is dry as hell

  7. Rob Brown says:

    Why didn't you seal the bottom of the table. I can't believe you didn't paint the legs!

  8. Alexandra G says:

    Can same thing be done with maple ? I just removed a tree and I have a nice 2 inch slab for end table.

  9. Divi Photos says:

    nice video

  10. Project Dandom says:

    Do you suppose I could achieve a similar result from your router by using a planer with a similar jig?

  11. joseluisreyes63 says:

    What kind of wood

  12. Keith D says:

    what did you use for the finish and oil? The grain looks great!

  13. Shay Eckenrod says:

    Where did you get the hairpin legs for this?

  14. poppduder says:

    I'd love to see a bit of voice over for stuff like this, kinda explaining what you're up to for people like me who dont really understand each (or any) step

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