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    Old Sketch



    A Limbert table.

    do you suppose this would work alright between a pair of these?

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    Dave,

    Is that a real, old sketch....or a new one, done with "special effects"?

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    Glad you like it.
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    I like the table, but between 2 chairs with all those curves I think you'd also want something with curves. Just my $0.02 but I think it's too straight in comparison.
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    Afterthought:
    What if you just did something to curve the legs like
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    You could play with the cutout shape and the top supports to echo the curve of the chair and ottoman(?).
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    Doug and Glenn, thanks for the suggestions. I need to think on them. The legs do have a curve to them although it probably doesn't show well in the "old sketch". Here's an elevation.



    Vaughn, thank you. You can do this, too. In fact if anyone wants the style, I'll e-mail it to them. Just send me a PM.

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    Hi Dave ,
    Just noticed this post of yours and thought I'd chime in.
    You are amazing with this Sketch up. ( Duh)
    What is the diameter of the table top and what is the height of this table, , I have something in mind.
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    Thank you Shaz.

    The top is 24" diameter and the height is 25". Whatcha thinking?
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