Item Description

This beautiful functional table was designed to be used in a small space to be used as a coffee table and dining table. A Chabudai table is a Japanese short table used in traditional house holds for study, work or dining. The curved legs and apron along with the Curly Maple top unite together to create a visually stunning yet functional table. Traditional joinery techniques, exceptional materials and solid design are shown in this piece.

Materials

Cherry and Curly Maple

Dimensions

49" x 26" x 16"

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Testimonials

"“Having seen Burns’ work displayed elsewhere on Bowen Island, we initially contacted him to make a new live edge shelf for the display of a native art etching. We also enquired about possible wall display options for our kitchen, for which he ultimately created a unique burl maple wall plaque. Both works have proven to be stunning in their execution. Burns demonstrated a professional approach to the projects while possessing a strong creative vision. He was very supportive of incorporating our input and we are pleased to provide our recommendation.” Regards, "

Fred and Linda Wagner

"Burns is an artist. He made a thick yellow cedar exterior table with live edges, and an interior dining table. Both of them were custom pieces. Burns’ work has wow factor. As well as being beautiful, the pieces are also rock solid, functional, durable. "

Guy Bennett

"Burns took our very rough, initial idea for what we wanted for side tables and presented us with beautiful pieces of furniture that were not only functional, but pieces of art. Every step of the way Burns was patient and personable with us and provided insight that was invaluable in creating something we truly love. He has a gift for furniture design and is truly passionate about the craftsmanship he creates. "

David and Elena Verlee

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