This table will be the centerpiece of any room— whether it’s in the kitchen, dining room, office, or conference room.
Built using salvaged lumber from blighted homes in central Georgia, the dramatic tones and depth of this reclaimed wood gives each table a unique character. The table pictured was assembled using pine rafters from an abandoned home in Macon originally built in 1929. The table shown is 72" long, 36" wide, and stands 30" tall. The table width does not affect the price so we can make tables from 32" to 48" wide.
Custom orders accepted - select your length & width, stain etc..
Each table is made-to-order, so expect three to four weeks for the assembly process. Finished with a gloss sealant, these tables are sealed with polyurethane for long-term durability.
These tables are sealed with polyurethane for long-term durability. Although the look is rough cut wood, the finish is far from that. All of our tables are carefully sanded by craftsman that make sure there is smooth finish with no splinters to worry about.
We LOVE working with our clients. Before we make the table we typically stain a sample and send you a photo to ensure it is the right look you want.