This wood is super special as it came from my parents land in the Columbia Gorge. That thick 3" face is something that is so special, we tucked the legs in to give the table a floating feel. It is now at our Shift Mississippi District Vacation Rental, in Rear Break for visitors to enjoy.
Off cuts of wood dictated the form of this outdoor table. Using the end grain and gluing and clamping left over 2" x 6"'s we created stable, artistic and one of a kind end tables for the outdoor deck.
The idea was to create a modular piece of furniture for the living room. The tables are 2 identical tables that are on locking castors so they can be used together as one, placed in an "L" formation, or one can be rolled into the adjoining room.
This simple yard table was made with left over decking and is the perfect height to sit and enjoy a morning cup of coffee on. Clean modern lines that fit the space were the objective.
A large outdoor picnic table was needed for the back yard of this Portland home. The wood was reclaimed and sanded and repainted to bring it back to life. The bright orange color allows that table to pop and be playful in the yard.
A functional and artistic coffee table was what this NE Portland family needed. The request was to make a durable table that inevitably, their kids could jump on, while still being unique and beautiful.
This home is a small house without a formal dining area, and yet the homeowners are entertainers. The goal was to fit 7 people around a table. So we converted their kitchen nook into a built in table and bench. The wainscoting and reclaimed wood add nice character that relate to the rest of the home.
These homeowners entertain, but the kitchen table was too large for the room and people couldn't easily get by. We created a table with a bench that slid underneath so that the flow would be better. The tiles are full body porcelain making the table a very durable and easy to maintain surface.
A large format tile and exterior decking were left over from the other projects we had done at the house. We took the extra tile, bordered it with the decking and created an elegant table that relates to the rest of the house.
A farmhouse reclaimed wood table gives this highly used dining room a durable and universal look which will last for many years.
Storage and auxiliary counter top space was what instigated this butcher-block piece. We made the block out of hard wood on the end grain, added built in wine storage; a hook for towels, and space for cook books in the center of the piece.