Ian - thanks for your note. I'm absolutely sure it's not oak. Unfortunately, I didn't take any pictures of the top - I just took pictures of the leg because that's what I'm going to work on.
Originally Posted by Ian Barley
But in any case, when I went to my hardwood supplier, they didn't carry elm so I bought some Port Oxford cedar which has similar grain and surface. I think that once I turn it and stain it, it'll be close enough that she won't really notice the difference, especially down at the bottom of the legs.
Thanks to you and Tod for your opinion.
[Oops, Shaz posted while I was posting and I didn't see his post. Sorry for not mentioning and thanking you, Shaz.]
Last edited by Mike Henderson; 09-05-2007 at 12:43 AM.
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