Width: 48″
Depth: 25″
Height: 17-1/2″

Padauk, Ebony & Zebrawood


If you would like to build this piece – see the video Darrell made with Popular Woodworking Magazine.

The Video is now available on Darrell’s YouTube channel.

The plans that accompany the video can be purchased here.

The Rafter Tails  as a design element were  conceived by Darrell Peart after a visit to Greene and Greene’s 1908   David B. Gamble House   in Pasadena, California.  The concept  is of a supporting structure (rafter tails) that reach out to cradle the top.  It is often imitated by other contemporary  furniture makers.

Darrell had designed companions for this piece:

Tall Corner Table

Yuki No Hana Occasional Table

Tercet Occasional Table