Round Barn Wood Table
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Round Barn Wood Table

Salvaged old oak is quite beautiful and very different looking than the look of the oak we all came to know in the late 1960’s. Much less “stringy” in its appearance from its younger counterpart, old oak is more akin to walnut with its tight burls and clean grain pattern. Our old oak farm tables as do all our reclaimed wood tables, will have a wide range of character and is a part of our American History. Seen with our Phoenix Pedestal, this 48” round 2” thick top was sanded down to a medium level for our customer. Finished in our chestnut brown color.  Seen with our matching x-back chairs/ sold separately

  • To build your own table you must complete each section using the pull down menus to the right of each option. If you do not see the size you want call for quote or go to next standard size up.
  • Now offering tables made from new maple. This is an excellent choice for smooth, painted and high gloss finishes. Priced out the same as old oak. Orders for maple must be called in.
  • The Empire and Cottage pedestals can accommodate (1) 12" leaf up to a 42" round x 1" thick Old Pine. The Tuscany, Venetian, and Octagonal Styles are built for 60"-84" rounds and can also accommodate leaves. If you are looking to purchase a base only an additional $100 charge will be applied.
  • The Empire and Cottage pedestals can accommodate (1) 12" leaf up to a 42" round x 1" thick Old Pine. The Tuscany, Venetian, and Octagonal Styles are built for 60"-84" rounds and can also accommodate leaves. Oval tables may require trestle or leg base. Call for details)
  • For very smooth finishes and high gloss finishes we recommend maple. Tables in maple are the same price as the tables in old oak. Excellent choice for smooth painted finishes.
  • *Please visit our Lazy Susan to help figure out what size you need! All Lazy Susans are 1" Thick
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