This simple coffee table was constructed from a single slab of Pine, cut at local sawmill near my home in Maine. 
       
     
 The table was designed with a variety of end uses in mind, from working, to socializing to eating.
       
     
 The table has no fasteners or binding agent. The legs are affixed with wedges, driven into the end tabs, and sanded smooth. 
       
     
 A polyurethane finish was used as a protective coating, without deeply coloring, or altering the soft wood.
       
     
 Only hand tools were used for construction, with the exception of a chain saw used to slice the ends to size, and a power drill for starting the leg joints. The joints were widened, and finalized with chisels.
       
     
 This simple coffee table was constructed from a single slab of Pine, cut at local sawmill near my home in Maine. 
       
     

This simple coffee table was constructed from a single slab of Pine, cut at local sawmill near my home in Maine. 

 The table was designed with a variety of end uses in mind, from working, to socializing to eating.
       
     

The table was designed with a variety of end uses in mind, from working, to socializing to eating.

 The table has no fasteners or binding agent. The legs are affixed with wedges, driven into the end tabs, and sanded smooth. 
       
     

The table has no fasteners or binding agent. The legs are affixed with wedges, driven into the end tabs, and sanded smooth. 

 A polyurethane finish was used as a protective coating, without deeply coloring, or altering the soft wood.
       
     

A polyurethane finish was used as a protective coating, without deeply coloring, or altering the soft wood.

 Only hand tools were used for construction, with the exception of a chain saw used to slice the ends to size, and a power drill for starting the leg joints. The joints were widened, and finalized with chisels.
       
     

Only hand tools were used for construction, with the exception of a chain saw used to slice the ends to size, and a power drill for starting the leg joints. The joints were widened, and finalized with chisels.