Category Archives: Live Edge

“3 Lakes” Olive Wood Epoxy Table

Another beautiful project from the folks in Lloydminster Windsor Plywood… the “3 lakes table”

This one we flattened using drum sander/ spot sanding and sealed off the open holes using melamine and silicone (to avoid excessive spillage). We tinted the epoxy to make it blue and poured the holes full. Once dried (2-3 days for liquid plastic at 2:1 ration) we sanded with belt sander all the way up to 400 grit or so and oiled the piece using Livos.

Epoxy Olive Wood Table

The folks in Lloydminster made this beautiful table, encased in 3” of epoxy! They made a mould first and taped off each piece before putting it together. The Olive wood used in this piece wasn’t perfectly flat so they decided to float it.  Then sanded up to 1000grit and then did a finish pour overtop to get it perfectly clear! A beautiful piece 😀

Project in the Works! Red Oak Live Edge Table

This is a table project in the works. The Windsor Plywood store near Victoria, BC has been preparing a large piece of Red Oak for a customer. The table is made from live edge red oak and the underside has been finished with a coat of Minwax Poly.

The table measures 6 feet long by 4 feet wide.

See below for bigger pictures.

 

Kim’s Spalted Maple Kitchen Table

Customer project from Kim, a long time customer at Windsor Plywood Langley
Spalted Maple 40″ x 108″ kitchen table with custom-made heavy-duty steel table legs.
It was treated with only a natural oil finish and clear water-based floor finish for surface protection.

Kims Spalted maple table Many wood campsl

Brett’s Live Edge Maple Table Project

A project shared from Windsor Plywood head office. It was created by an employees husband, Brett, and given to their daughter as a Christmas present. It was Brett’s first live edge table and definitely won’t be his last. Excellent work!

Wood- Maple Slab debarked
Bottom Glass- 1/4″ Tinted Blue
Stain- Danish oil (light walnut)
Crack & knot hole filler- metallic blue mica powder mixed with Ecopoxy
Legs- metal tubular 18″ x 24″
Finish- Ecopoxy
Lighting- (4) LED remote control lights under the slab

Made a template of the middle line edge, had the glass cut and then traced out the glass onto the wood. It was then routered and the glass set into the recess. The top of the glass was backfilled with 3/8″ of ecopoxy.

Tamarindo Wooden Bench with “Creepy Eyes”

The picture was courtesy of Sherwood Park Windsor Plywood. For more projects, be sure to follow their Instagram account at: #windsorsherwoodpark or Facebook page.

A slab of Tamarindo made into a bench with some “creepy eyes” in it. Bench oiled with legs. It’s about 15″ deep and 6′ long. If interested, it’s on sale $629.00.
Contact the store a sherwoodpark@windsorplywood.com

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