Works In Progress

Just a little glimpse of what your custom piece looks like

before you see the finished product.

From Demolition to Finished Table

The breadboard top of this custom built farm table is Reclaimed Oak floor joists salvaged from this circa 1860 grist mill in North Carolina's Blue  Ridge Mountains.  The locust  legs had a previous life as fence posts on a cattle  farm in North Carolina's Blue Ridge Mountains.  

(Please see TABLES2 page for more pics)

Table dimension: 35 inches wide x 120 inches long.

Round Chestnut Table

The round, actually circle, top of this chestnut table has been cut.  Now it's time to layout the chestnut legs and aprons.  (Legs and aprons are still rough...one step at a time!)

Pegs Are Real

Our pegs are structural (as well as aesthetic), locking the mortise and tenon joints that connect the table's apron to the legs.  Built the right way...

Bathroom Cabinet

This custom bathroom cabinet (vanity) has Locust Fencepost legs, Reclaimed Oak frame and Reclaimed Rusted Tin door/drawer panels.  Finished with Waterlox Satin Finish.