Originally reclaimed from a Southwest Missouri Barn in the 1970’s, this wood has been warehoused for over 40 years and now finds it’s way turned into a modern coffee table.
Raw steel bases have a slight fifteen degree angle and are coated with a natural wax finish.
This Reclaimed Wood and Steel Outdoor Dining Table was custom built to 95″x40″x30″. Designed and built to seat 10 people, it is constructed out of Douglas Fir reclaimed from a Wisconsin barn.
Reclaimed Fir is combined with solid steel legs to create a modern outdoor dining table.
The outside edge of this table includes a “live edge”, essentially, the outside of the tree with all it’s natural curves and irregular shapes. The live edge was left by the miller who originally fell and milled the tree into boards used in the construction of the barn.
This 100% reclaimed barnwood table is 8 feet long.
The Craftsman salvaged this 120 year old oak from a naturally fallen barn in southwest Missouri.
Reclaimed Oak and Walnut combined with painted solid Poplar. No plywood or veneers