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. Continue reading Reclaimed Heart Pine Console Table
A new coffee table in a warm heart pine.
We just completed this reclaimed beam coffee table. We used steel hairpin legs to keep the piece from getting bottom heavy.
We decided to build a smaller scale reclaimed wood table that could also be used as a desk. Condos and apartments often do not have the space needed for a large scale table. This table is 5’6″, which is six inches smaller than a typical table. We decreased the depth to 24 inches as opposed to the typical 32-36 inches. The finished product could easily seat six!
I built this farm table for a couple in Washington DC. They had an old row home with a small dining room, so wanted a table that would allow them to accommodate 8 people. Adding two benches is also a great way to maximize space in a small room.
The wood I used was from a Washington DC row home that was being deconstructed. The building was 125 years old. The wood is filled with history. Being able to build a table that is going back into a Washington DC row home is really exciting!
Here is a custom order I recently finished for a customer. It is mounted on an adjustable Geek Desk.
We have really close friends that live just outside Philadelphia that were in need of a new table. Their small IKEA 4 seater was no longer big enough for their growing family. We decided it was the perfect excuse to take a weekend trip to their place. Well, the table was actually reason number two…they have the most adorable 21 month old that is a blast to hang out with!
Nothing makes my day more than hearing from happy customers! Thank you so much Ariel for sharing these!
I made two drink rests for our couch arm rests. It is nice to have a solid surface to set drinks on! Continue reading Reclaimed Wood Couch Drink Rest