Sophisticated yet subtle, there is a lot to enjoy about this table. The broad surface of the table is split in two as both an aesthetic feature and to allow for the natural swelling and shrinking that wood experiences throughout the year. The curves of the rails compliment these angles and curves of the legs and the top, but also do not give up their secrets easily. While some curves will always be apparent, others will hide except from a distance or from down low. 

The joinery utilizes the strength of the Oregon White Oak I purchase directly from a family owned sustainable forestry project here in the Willamette Valley. The wedges in the through tenons visible on the table top are Black Walnut for contrast.