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Reclaimed Wood + Steel Box Table

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Steel Wood Steel Dining Table

RWS Dining Table 001

10′ Custom Dining Table.


RWS Dining Table 003

Steel Wood Steel Dining Table.


Reclaimed + Steel [w/color] Dining Table

Recently completed custom dining table.  This application combines the authentic character of reclaimed wood, the structural integrity of steel, and the design flexibility of color.

Reclaimed Wood and Steel Dining Table

Reclaimed Wood and Steel Dining Table with white bases. Available in any color.


Found Sketchup, Love Sketchup

What a great tool for collaborating on custom projects.

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Reclaimed Wood and Steel Outdoor Dining Table


Reclaimed Wood and Steel Outdoor Dining Table.


Reclaimed Wood and Steel Outdoor Dining Table.


Reclaimed Wood and Steel Dining Table in progress


Reclaimed Wood and Steel Dining table in progress. Heading down this path again. It all starts with material selection and attention to details!


Outdoor Wood and Steel Dining Table



Maple and Steel Long Table

Check out other versions of the Maple and Steel Long Table here.

Inquire about YOUR Maple and Steel Long Table here.


RWS Dining Table

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RWSDT Prahl 13

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Taking Shape

This Oak Dining Table is taking shape.  Benchmade by an American Veteran is a hallmark of our style.  This table is no different.

Thoughtfully crafting and honing each piece takes time.  Not every piece of reclaimed wood makes it into the table.  Each work piece is selected for character, integrity, and contribution to the project.

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File Jun 05, 9 34 40 AMThe Oak Barnwood for this table was sourced from Southwest Missouri where some of the best hardwoods grow.  The patina and character in this wood comes from a few distinct and unique attributes.

First, it’s Old Growth.  Part of the original forests that covered this Great Nation.  Trees that competed with each other for sunlight and nutrients forced them to grow slow and sure.

Second, it was originally selected by a farmer or craftsman for strength when it was built into a barn.  Out of all the trees on his land, he chose these for structural timbers.  That in itself should say something.

Finally, years exposed to the elements in hard Missouri winters and warm and wet summers has brought out the best in this wood.  Greys, browns, and tans combine together to yield a beauty not found in retail, box-store, furniture operations.