Cherry Trestle Tables
An eight foot long cherry trestle tables serves dinner in one room, while a four foot table serves breakfast in another.
However, when company comes over, two tables join to form one 12 foot long table, with matching grain that runs from one to the other.
The frame of the tables is built using many joints like mortise and tenon, half laps, and keyed mortise and tenon joints.
They can be easily taken apart and moved with basic hand tools.
The tops of the table are 11/2" thick solid cherry hardwood measuring 36" wide.