The most used focal point of any living room is a coffee table. Sqaure, rectangular or round? Shelf or no shelf? Area rug or no area rug? Large or small? This video will help you decide.
Inspired by the timber framing of pioneer crafted barns, this video showcases the heavy-duty frame style table. Designed with the raw material dimensions in mind - meaning no planed, lathed or turned faces. Only aged, authenticly distressed wood on all sides.
All straight lines, this design will work with in any space. With a medieval feel, the Sawbuck is a great transitional piece - not rustic or modern looking.
Gather round! This shape promotes good times - with everyone at the table facing eachother. With no corners this shape works great in high-traffic, smaller spaces such as a kitchen eating area.
Our smooth finish is great for writing on and putting down a hot mug of coffee. Our combination of old barnwood and modern, refined finishes has put us in many outstanding spaces. This video demonstrated a few.
Old barns have many large beams broad-axed by pioneers a century ago. This design showcases these extraordinary pieces of art. Size determines how many post you should have.
Our most modern/straight lines design - the plank design keeps things simple. Sturdy 3" posts support our extraordinary threshing floor tops.
Classic! The 4-legged harvest design is probably the most commonly used table design. We have many configurations to chose from - or, we can custom build! The legs for this design start from the 4"x4" windbrace beams used to hold the structure of an old barn together.
Our most popular style - the trestle combines practicality and aged wood beauty. Sit down and put your feet up on the rail! Like all our tables; the base is built proportioante to the size of the top; thereby avoiding annoying knee and toe stubbers.
Custom built to any size/ quantity of drawers and doors.. our buffets are a great compliment to a table. With our epoxy/polyurethane finish, it can also act as a bartop!