We had a client in Annapolis that was looking for a narrow entryway table. She like the 150 year old heart pine we use in a lot of projects. We opted for a welded steel base for a modern industrial look.
As many of you know, two years ago I started blogging about my DIY projects for fun. Re-store Design began an outlet for fun projects I was working on. In December of 2012 my fiance and I moved to the DC area for her work. Before moving East we made one last trip to my parents’ farm in North Dakota. Before leaving North Dakota, we spent an hour in the frigid 100 year old barn sorting through wood for our future farm table.
Some shots of one of our latest completed pieces.
We have been dog-sitting for friends for the past week, and have been loving it. I thought I would share a day in the life of Strawberry!
Thanks to the Center City Team in Philadelphia for the honor!
A new coffee table in a warm heart pine.
Our latest coffee table features some stunning live edge holly.
A friend recently asked if we could build a few of these honeycombs for her. It was a fun side project. We used eco-friendly plywood so there is no formaldehyde in the ply.
We just completed this reclaimed beam coffee table. We used steel hairpin legs to keep the piece from getting bottom heavy.