This table is made from cedar and comfortably seats six. It has a fun diagonal pattern and has a two-inch hole in the center to fit an outdoor umbrella. -72″Long, 36″Wide
This Retro Bar Cart is the perfect addition to any party. It works for a cocktail party or a backyard get-together. The frame is refreshed in a great navy paint with gold stemware racks and bottom tray. The stemware racks hold up to six wine glasses and it is on casters for easy mobility. The …
This bench is made from reclaimed wood and is the perfect addition to any entryway or nook in your home.
This table is made from a reclaimed wood and has an x style base. The top has a distressed painted finish and the base has an ebony finish. -72″l, 24″w, 42″h
This table is made made from salvaged lumber and intricately pieced to make a unique surface atop an ornate pedestal. It is accented with four matching swivel stools. -Table, 36″L, 36″W, 42″H -Stool, 15″L, 13″W, 29.25″H –This is not an outdoor table. – $1500 –Sold
This table and bench is made from reclaimed cedar and is perfect for outdoor dining and entertaining. -Table, 80″L x 29.75″W x 31″H -Bench, 54″L x 11.5″W x 17.75″H – Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’re interested.
This is a vintage metal lab stool refreshed in a grass green color. It would be perfect as a nightstand, end table or as additional seating and it spins! -27.5″ H, 12.75″ W -$58 – Email us at email@example.com if you’re interested.
This table is comprised of reclaimed 2”x10” Pine for the top and Douglas Fir 4”x4” for the legs. The surface has been bleached and coated with a Dark Walnut Danish Oil. The legs have been hand carved prior to bleaching. The Table is 39”x70” and stands 31” tall. – Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’re …
This is a sneak peek of our new custom dining table. More details and photos coming next week!
This salvaged dining table was stripped of it’s layers of different finishes. It was then hand carved to give the look of decades of wear and tear. The table top, both leafs and the pedestal were then stained a red mahogony to highlight the stress fractures, grooves and chips within their surfaces.