Each and every Farm House Table is unique.We use reclaimed and select native wood in our furniture. We travel throughout New England to locate the finest original antique barns available. The selected barns are often in an aging condition are not worth saving as a structure. Some barns date back to the early 1800's. See samples below.
We begin the process by dismantling each barn, board by board. We save individual pine planks and siding. Soon, these weathered boards will get a new lease on life as fine furniture. The boards are examined and manicured to perfection. We extract the original square head nails and take care to preserve the original knots and wood markings.
Click on image to see closeup of pine table leg styles.
The selected pieces then make their way to our woodshop where we apply the farm house table base--beautiful hand turned legs imported from England. After the base is completed, the one-of-a-kind antique barn boards are applied to the top of each table.
Finally, each table is sent to our finishing shop where our skilled woodworkers add the final touch of perfection and prepare each one-of-a-kind table for consumer delivery.
When old barn board is not available, our pine farmhouse tables are constructed from native New England pine, tastefully distressed to replicate tables of the 19th century. Tops are constructed from full 1" thick top and 1" thick apron and all wood is kiln dried.
Each table is hand constructed by our skilled craftsman, and finished to perfection. We can match most any color sample that you provide. We will build to your specifications. No size is too big or small.