Seth of Kirchhoff Tables has designed yet another amazing piece! This time (and just in time for the New Year), Seth has built a stunning solid wood kitchen work table. What better way to get organized this year?! The stunning work table features the Osborne Manchester Hutch Island Legs (Part #1734) in knotty pine.
Seth told us that the goal of his Kitchen Work Table design was to add some much needed storage and counter top space to his client’s kitchen. He had initially envisioned the entire piece in pine, but after checking on available materials designed the piece in poplar (except for the legs) instead.
Not only did Seth design this stunning piece, but he also tried something a little different with this design: “I tried something a little different on the top – no glue. The top is held together with a pinned sliding dovetail breadboard on each end. The lower vertical drawer partition also utilizes dovetail joinery. The rest of the piece is good old mortise and tenon joints.” Amazing work Seth!
Are you curious about the beautiful finish of this piece? Seth gave us a little tip about his finishing secret. “Finish is a custom mixed stain with several coats of oil-based poly rubbed on and buffed out after the last coat for a silky smooth feel.”
The customer loves the new functional piece. “In use, the piece has worked out well for the customer. It sits adjacent to the stove. Jars on top of the table hold serving and mixing utensils, while a round silver tray corrals olive oil, vinegar, kosher salt and other commonly used spices and oils. The table’s top drawer holds spice jars turned on their sides, and the bottom two drawers hold baking supplies – flour, sugar, bakers chocolate, etc. ” What a perfect addition to the kitchen? Thank you so much, Seth, for sharing this design with us!
If you were inspired by this project, be sure to check out the wide range of kitchen island legs available from Osborne Wood Products! With the variety of sizes and styles available you can choose the perfect match for your next kitchen project!