For over a year I have been wanting to build a table with a walnut slab and Herman Miller Eames Aluminum Group base. I bought a slab of Oregon black walnut from a guy who had cut down the tree in his backyard. I then took it to Creative Woodworking NW where they planed it down to 2.5'' thick. Next I squared it up on a table saw. Then I began working on the slab surfaces sanding, oiling, and sealing. About a week later it was finished and ready to be mounted to the Aluminum Group base. It is now available at Hawthorne Vintage.
This weekend I picked up a Danish teak credenza by Domino Mobler. I cut off the base and added hairpin legs to give is a modern floating look. It is also now available at Hawthorne Vintage.