This communal, bar-height table was made from an old machine base. The base has original cast iron lathe legs dating back to pre-1950 or so.
A few months ago, we ran into a set of old pine, granary roof board at an auction. As they were stuffed into storage, and
A few months back, I was playing around with integrating old bridge designs with tables. I searched around the net, found lots of great bridge
There was a very nice article produced in the October edition ofMidwest Home Magazine entitled “Countertop Confidential.” One of our wood countertops is featured on
What a fun project! While the pictures show a bit of construction dust, they’re still fun to see. Here’s a complete kitchen full of reclaimed
Normally, I patiently wait for photos from our clients of our finished pieces in their home. I couldn’t wait on this one. This is a
We do most of our work from end-to-end. We dismantle some buildings, build great custom tables (among everything else), finish them in our shop, and
A conference room table, a side table, and a farm table all made from reclaimed wood from a barn, a log cabin, and a granary.
More pictures from clients. This one comes from a client near Chicago, Illinois. It’s a wood countertop, or bar top, made from reclaimed white oak.
We get the question fairly regularly, “What is patina?” Patina is the word for the great colors on the surface of the wood (and metal
Spectacular. That’s how I’d describe this Minnesota sun room. It’s always nice to receive pictures from our clients. This room has a great floor made
Ah yes. It’s Valentine’s Week – the week of love and romance. In our barn endeavors, we seem to run into a few moments of