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Century Beam Bench/Coffee Table


Earlier this summer we connected with an amazing carpenter who had saved these beams for thirty years from a 1920's barn in Polonia, WI. Turns out he knew Troy's grandpa and uncle, and shared stories of years past with us. That's what we love about what we do: connecting with others who share our love of reclaiming history to make more memories with family and friends. This beam bench brings a century of stories to you.

Half Moon Pine Slab Table


The credit goes to Troy on this one, as he was inspired to cut out the large splits in this circle slab to create this super-useful-and-quite-stunning end table. With the straight back, this beauty fits in so many places, and still gives you the I-can't-believe-the-tree-was-this-big vibe.

River's Edge Oak Beverage Cart


A true outdoorsman, our client appreciates all that nature has to offer. So, we showcased that love in this do-it-all beverage cart. River rock is embedded in resin between double live edges, and set apart on the top by another pair of live edges, in spalted oak. The cart has both coffee and stemware holders, with room for bottles of all kinds plus a handy Keurig. On casters, this cart will sit in front of a large window, primed to take in the wide open view.

Breakfast Nook Table


This island was a team effort, as we and the client had a GREAT time offering "what if we" and "how about if we" and what do you think about" all of the options that would make this breakfast nook perfect. We kept the live edge oak top as the star, and countered it with double reclaimed pine shelves sized to fit stools across. Notice the 4-bottle beam holder on granite, too--credit goes to our client, as he suggested we tip the beam on its side--love it!

Oak Live Edge Media Stand


Created for a client who walked by our media stand in our showroom, and said: "I'd like one of those in my cabin I'm building--I didn't know I wanted one, but I do!" We walked to our slab warehouse, and he picked out the wood that spoke to him. We, along with our custom metalworker in Junction City, created a media stand that fits his space to a T, complete with space for some vintage gaming consoles, too!

Reclaimed Wood Wall Art


What do you do with a crate of wood scraps? Have a roaring bonfire--usually, yes, but not today! We made wall art using bits of wood in all sizes and stains, fitting pieces together like a puzzle. It almost looks like a cityscape in miniature, but it's sized to fit on any wall where you'd like a little more dimension and pizazz. One sold--One still available in our showroom.

Beam Coffee Table


Saved for decades by a retired carpenter, these beams were recovered from a 1920's barn in Polonia, WI. We removed multiple square nails as we created this coffee table, confirming the century-old date. We kept the hand-notched opening, as it may make a handy remote holder. This piece, with its visible dovetail mortise and tenon openings will serve your family and history well.

Spalted Maple Beverage Cart


Family, friends, food, and fun--that's where it's at--and this beverage cart takes it all in stride, making sure you have what you need when you need it most. Spalted maple live edge top adds tons of style, offset by the ebony base on casters. See this in our showroom!

Ocean View Oak Coffee Table


Wood and water don't mix?--can't say that's the case when you gaze at this custom coffee table. Multiple pours of cobalt blue resin placed between the double live edges say otherwise. This table was custom created for a couple using their own stain, joining four other tables we've made for their home.