This is a very serious and difficult art piece. The only thing I could improve about this table are the photos:) While this looks like an end table or nightstand, it is 24 inches wide, 27 inches deep, and 30 inches high. It is a surprisingly large table that sits next to the first flight in the client's hall stairwell. The base wood is gorgeous figured cherry. The tabletop borders, shelf bars, and hand-fashioned drawer pull are a lovely pink-toned buginga, while the curved side accents are a darker buginga. The maple leaf inlays are crafted (cut on the scroll saw) from 3/16 inch thick buginga of a wild grain pattern and hand inlaid with a router. The large leaf is in four sections, the four tabletop leaves (each unique) are in two sections, and the cute little drawer leaves aee single pieces. The stems are purpleheart. I never use CNC routers or lasers, but do all my woodworking by hand. The flush mounted inlays at the leg bottoms are from the same buginga as the other inlays. It is easy here to see why I love bubinga and it is easy to find other woodworkers who love it also, despite its high price. I think this piece would look well in any room.