Antique two-plank heart pine top on this has a hand-rubbed finish. The turned pine legs are mortised and pegged to the tenoned aprons. Both base and legs are finished in a distressed antique white.
Redwood desk table built in the Stickley style. The wood came from a 150-year-old water tower in Pennsylvania.
Trestle-style table with a dark stain; base from 100+ year-old white oak barn wood and a top of heart pine resawn from beams salvaged from an old textile mill.
Reclaimed heart pine coffee table; wood from a pre-civil war cotton mill near Memphis. The black dots where the legs & cross pieces join are hand-forged nails from a company in Vermont.
12-foot table comforably seats 14. Handmade from antique heart pine salvaged from an 1850's home in Columbus Mississippi.
Craftsman style side table was built out of quarter-sawn red oak using traditional methods. The drawers use wood slides and feature dovetail joints.
This wormy chestnut table features breadboard ends, a clear filling in all tabletop holes, a hand-rubbed finish, a rounded lip, and square pegs on the diagonal to attach the legs.
Handmade wormy chestnut sideboard. Two hardwood drawers on drawer guides to ensure perfect support. This rare wood was found in East Tennessee.
Handmade lightweight trestle table made from 150-year-old redwood, harvested from an old water tower near York, PA.
Made to order to fit a small kitchen space, this heart pine table is complemented by the "Blue" bench, featured in the benches gallery.
Cypress farm table, built with circular-sawn reclaimed wood. Deep silverware drawer included, and matching bench. Awesome!