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Outdoor Wood and Steel Dining Table

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RWS Dining Table

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Reclaimed Wood and Steel Dining Table

A recently completed dining table made from reclaimed Wisconsin barn wood.  The wood is old enough to have had hand-forged, square nails in it.  It was built to their exact specifications for size and fits perfectly in their space.

Reclaimed Pine from a Wisconsin Barn is combined with Steel bases to make this Dining Table with great character.  www.thecoastalcraftsman.com

Reclaimed Pine from a Wisconsin Barn is combined with Steel bases to make this Dining Table with great character. http://www.thecoastalcraftsman.com


Reclaimed Wood and Steel Outdoor Dining Table

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Douglas Fir reclaimed from a Wisconsin Barn is combined with steel to create a large outdoor dining table.  www.thecoastalcraftsman.com

Douglas Fir reclaimed from a Wisconsin Barn is combined with steel to create a large outdoor dining table. http://www.thecoastalcraftsman.com


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.

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.

Reclaimed Fir is combined with solid steel legs to create a modern outdoor dining table.

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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.   www.thecoastalcraftsman.com

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.
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Reclaimed Cypress and Metal Coffee Table

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Our latest creation uses Cypress wood reclaimed from a dock in the southern United States.  The reclaimed wood is combined with steel legs to make a sturdy coffee table.

Coffee table made of cypress reclaimed from a dock in the Southern United States.

Coffee table made of cypress reclaimed from a dock in the Southern United States.

 

 


Reclaimed Wood and Steel Dining Table

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Maple, Walnut and Steel Table

This long table was recently crafted out of 1 1/2 inch thick solid maple.  The top is combined with sturdy raw steel bases.  Careful attention to detail preserves the unique aspects of the wood in a multi-step naturally safe finish.

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Long Barnwood Console Table

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This 100% reclaimed barnwood table is 8 feet long.

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Tall Barnwood Table

This live edge was created when an early American farmer milled the Oak log to create lumber for his midwestern barn.  It makes the Tall Barnwood Table unique.   www.thecoastalcraftsman.com

This live edge was created when an early American farmer milled the Oak log to create lumber for his midwestern barn. It makes the Tall Barnwood Table unique.
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Our latest project is a barnwood table designed and built to custom specifications. It is a tall 42 inches and constructed out of reclaimed white and red oak barnwood acquired in the upper midwest. The wood has unparalleled character attributed to it over years of exposure to the natural elements. Several areas show joints hand hewn by early American farmers as well as one big old square nail we left in it. As seen here, the wood is planed and sanded without application of the natural oil. Mortise and tenon joinery make this table extremely strong.

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Barnwood Side Table II

Ever want two things that match, but are not the identical?  When things are identical, they look mass produced.  Big retailers have robots that mass produce their tables.  We make every piece by hand with attention to detail using authentic materials.

The Barnwood Side Table II is 100% reclaimed White Oak.  Salvaged from a barn in the midwest, the materials in this table have a ton of character, earned over years of exposure to the elements.  The craftsmanship accentuates the wood’s unique characteristics by drawing attention to superficial cracks and areas that were cut by the original farmer.

Can be built to custom specifications.

Starts at $375.00