Category Archives: Reclaimed Wood
We just completed this reclaimed beam coffee table. We used steel hairpin legs to keep the piece from getting bottom heavy. About these ads
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 […]
I have always loved the Restoration Hardware Salvaged Beam table. We set out to build our own version using DC area reclaimed heart pine. To be specific the wood we used is from an 1874 Baltimore row house that was being renovated. Restoration Hardware sources their wood from Great Britain. We like to keep it […]
I recently finished this farm table with two 48 inch benches. If you have limited space benches are a great solution. They fit neatly under the table and seat three people per side.
A client asked for a portable cheeseboard and wine table for her parents that RV. We had a lot of fun coming up with this design! This is made from live edge holly. The base of the table sticks in the ground, so you can use it outside. The base holds two wine bottles. The […]
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 […]
I have finally had time to catch up on building projects! This table is made from 100% reclaimed wood from the DC area. This table is still for sale!!
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!