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Combine a live-edge slab and tempered glass to create a topographic top
By Brendan Whitehead
A few years ago, my wife fell in love with a unique slab-topped table. What she loved most was the way the glass followed the grain of the wood. This clever combination resembled a topographic map of a river, while the live edge (flipped inward) seemed to rest just beneath the water’s surface. Unfortunately, the table had an equally impressive price tag. I’ve seen a few similarly designed dining tables sell for as much as $10,000.
Inspired by that design, I decided to build one for myself. Not too long after that, I began teaching others how to make their own one-of-a-kind tables at the Denver Woodcraft store.
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