I knew I was going to get in trouble for saying that
This is just my 2 cents and this is just IMO
I would cover the side of the plywood with some real oak banding and drill the holes just a bit deeper for the rods and nuts and plug the hole with some walnut plugs.
They look great now but in time they will be real hard to keep clean.
Just one more thing I would put some 3/8" x 2" x 2" walnut or plastic under each corner of the legs, most floors are not level,this will help with the rocking.
laughing...I take critism very well Bob...you are right. It was to keep my wood working table in the shop. The only way I got t o keep it was it was too heave for my g/f to carry by herself
I put danish oil on the base part and butcher block oil on the top
It white oak and walnut. The recess is for the scraps from makeing salids and the little pan slides out. It's a neat desine I wanted to try and the misses loved it. The finish is danish oil in the base and butcher block oil on the top....glad you like it
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