Flying Pig Farm Tables

All of our farm tables are custom built to your specifications:

  1. Reclaimed woods: Oak, American Chestnut, White Pine, Heart Pine, Yellow Pine, Locust, Douglas Fir, among others.
  2. Unique Woods: Walnut, Cherry, Sassafras, among others.
  3. Character: Rustic (lots of original character including saw marks), Milled (smooth surface) or Hit & Miss (combination of rustic and smooth).  Of Course, reclaimed woods have nail holes, worm holes, worn edges and small knot holes (when acceptable).
  4. Table Top: Plank or Breadboard ends.
  5. Size: Custom built to fit your space and needs.

Antique Heart Pine Table

 The breadboard top of this custom built farm table is Antique Heart Pine salvaged from the deck boards of a circa 1920 cotton mill.  The locust legs had a previous life for 60-70 years as fence posts on a cattle farm in North Carolina's Blue Ridge Mountains.

Waterlox Satin Finish.

Table dimension: 42 inches wide x 96 inches long.

Blue Ridge Barn Oak Table (and Benches)

The breadboard top of this custom built farm table is Reclaimed Oak floor joists salvaged from a circa 1860 grist mill in North Carolina's Blue Ridge Mountains.  (The grist mill was quickly succumbing to neglect and was scheduled for demolition for a bridge widening project.)  The locust legs had a previous life for 60-70 years as fence posts on a cattle farm in North Carolina's Blue Ridge Mountains.  Waterlox Satin Finish.

Table dimension: 42 inches wide x 96 inches long.

Blue Ridge Barn Oak Trestle Table

This custom built expansion trestle table is 100% Reclaimed Blue Ridge Barn Oak salvaged while dismantling a circa 1860 grist mill in North Carolina's Blue Ridge Mountains.  (The grist mill was quickly succumbing to neglect and was scheduled for demolition for a bridge widening project.)  Waterlox Satin Finish.

Table dimension: 38 inches wide x 72 inches long when closed.  

Accepts (2) 12 inch wide leaves for a 96 inch long table.

Reclaimed White Pine Trestle Table (and Bench)

This custom built expansion trestle table is a combination of Reclaimed Blue Ridge White Pine and Reclaimed Douglas Fir.  The White Pine was salvaged from a circa 1920 barn in North Carolina's Blue Ridge Mountains.  Rather than being part of the barn, the thick, wide planks were in storage in the barn loft...just waiting to be loved.  The fir was reclaimed from a circa 1920 commercial building in North Carolina's Piedmont. 

Waterlox Satin Finish.

Table Dimensions: 39 inches wide x 84 inches long.

Accepts (2) 12 inch wide leaves for a 9 foot table.

Live Edge Walnut Table

Not all of the woods that we work are reclaimed from old buildings.  High winds toppled a walnut tree in our client's backyard.  The walnut logs were milled on site and the lumber was used for this custom live edge walnut dining room table with breadboard ends.

Waterlox Satin Finish.

Table Dimensions: 42 inches wide x 96 inches long.

Rustic Reclaimed Chestnut Table

Like our other rustic pieces, this custom built round table highlights the character and beauty of reclaimed wood.  American Chestnut, which was blighted and devastated in the 1920's, with its soft grain, warm patina and worm holes gives this table its unique character.

Waterlox Satin Finish.

Table Dimensions: 76 inch diameter.

Reclaimed Chestnut Table

This custom farm table is crafted from Reclaimed American Chestnut, salvaged from a circa 1920's barn.  The plank table top highlights the variety of character and patina in each unique reclaimed board, as well as the beauty and warmth of American Chestnut.  Waterlox Satin Finish.

Table Dimensions: 42 inches wide x 84 inches long.

Blue Ridge Barn Oak Table

The natural wear, rustic charm and warm patina of the reclaimed Blue Ridge Barn Oak, along with the breadboard top, add to the charm and stamina of this custom farm table.  The locust legs had a previous life as fence posts on a cattle farm in North Carolina's 

Blue Ridge Mountains.  Waterlox Satin Finish.

Table dimension: 32 inches wide x 72 inches long.

Antique Heart Pine Table (and Benches)

 The breadboard top of this custom built harvest table is Antique Heart Pine salvaged from the deck boards of a circa 1920 cotton mill.  The locust legs had a previous life as fence posts on a cattle farm in North Carolina's Blue Ridge Mountains.  The tapered and angled bench legs add to the unique look and create a stable foundation.  Waterlox Satin Finish.

Table dimension: 44 inches wide x 96 inches long.