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Maple Slab Coffee Table

$395.00

On Wisconsin! This table resembles our home state in all its glory, as this live edge thick-slab maple top declares its hometown pride with a solid reminder of the beauty of our woodlands. Even more impressive in person--come check it out!

Maple Bench/Coffee Table

$195.00

'I may be a twin, but I am one of a kind." ~Jerry Smith
We think that's doubly true of our maple benches, as:
1. They are made of the same slab of wood, with grain variations.
2. They function as both benches and/or coffee tables.
3. One has barn wood insets from a 1935 barn in Angelica, WI. (Can you spot which one?)
Ready for a place in your home!

Oak Coffee Table

$195.00

A recipe for success: Classic Gray stain on a double live-edge oak top set apart with solid, flat metal hairpin legs. It's a fresh take on modern rustic, handcrafted to last.

Oak Coffee table with Cobalt Resin Inlay

$375.00

Sittin' on the dock of the bay--no wait, you're in your own home gazing at the beauty of the cobalt blue embedded in this oak coffee table. Framed by double live edges, this piece is a stunner.

Oak Coffee Table

$195.00

This oak coffee table brushes your room with nature, calmly and with purpose, sized to fit 'most anywhere.

Oak Slab Coffee Table

$595.00

Starting with a double live edge oak slab top and ending with a client-inspired inverted trapezoid base, this custom coffee table delivers understated style with ease.

Legend Maple Coffee Table

$395.00

Can't you hear the sounds of the forest?--leaves gently rustling, snow melting off the branches, and then the stillness that calms and reassures you. This maple coffee table transports you there, and then brings you right back home.

Cedar Coffee and End Table

$475.00

Take four comfy chairs, center them around this stunning round cedar coffee table, and slide in an end table to hold a lamp and drinks. Sounds like a recipe for relaxation! These pieces were custom created for our clients--what a great collaboration!

Black Walnut Tables

$225.00

A bevy of black walnut beauties await you, as we've created three tables: console, end, and coffee. Each one has its own ins and outs--check out the 'bear claw' marks on the console! These are front and center in our showroom.

Cedar Bench/Coffee Table

$275.00

Interiors should echo who we are. How about artistic, sleek, with style for days? This cedar bench, repurposed from a 1970's MN Fairgrounds fence, now feels right in step for today.

Maple Bench/Coffee Table

$195.00

Distinctive graining in this maple slab enhances the wood, as this piece is ready for your every need--more seating, storage at the end of a bed, +/or serving drinks and games in front of your sofa. See this at our showroom!

Barn Wood Coffee Table/Bench

$150.00

Indecisive--no way! Double duty means you can use this piece as a coffee table AND a bench. Made with 1935 barn wood from Angelica, WI, this piece was finished in Classic Gray with a Special Walnut wash for extra flair.

Beam Coffee Table

$350.00

In early December we traveled to Birnamwood, WI, site of an early 1900's barn whose foundation had crumbled. The original farmer's son and his wife still live on the land, and showed us several massive 8" thick beams that we took back to our shop. We've used one of these beams for this coffee table, so the memories and stories of this long-ago time can live on.

Welcome Home Cedar Bench/Coffee Table

$325.00

Starting out as a fence at the MN Fairgrounds over 50 years ago, this warm and eclectic bench does double duty as a coffee table, too. The varying colors of the wood are compelling, transforming a room.

River's Edge Oak Coffee Table

$550.00

Turf or surf? Why not have both! Rambling river rocks scattered between deeply grained pieces of oak are captured in resin, inviting you to follow along the meandering path. This coffee table is truly one-of-a-kind.

Beam Coffee Table

$325.00

Grounded. Rooted. That's what you feel when you see this beam coffee table--no surprise, since the trees these beams were made from grew well over a hundred years ago. Pretty special to have, and appreciate, the history of a local granary now captured right in front of you, just waiting for you to rest your feet upon.