I have finally finished (and delivered) my latest project, which I have been working on this past autumn. It is a kind of kitchen island/counter height table. The idea was to give the customer a table that would work as a prep area for cooking and a social center for the living and kitchen area. The wood used is primarily maple for the base with some bubinga and pecan and Indonesian monkey pot for the top. The top is a slab purchased from a company in Shikoku that sells this kind of large slab counter tops. The joinery is mainly mortise and tenon done on my Leigh FMT jig, a wonderful jig I highly recommend to anyone doing M&T a lot, with dovetails on the top of the drawer railings and box joints on the drawers. The cabinet space on the left is for garbage (cans and bottles) with a hinged flap above the door. The hinged flap is riding on 6mm pins set into 8mm(outside dia) 6mm(inside dia) inset bushings for a nice smooth hinge action. I had to make the front face of the base in a step down style to accommodate the taper on the top. This made the joinery a little tricky due to the fact that accuracy was important to keep things square. Thanks for looking.