Rustic Farm table with matching bench

Rustic farm table with matching bench

A rustic farm table is always best when the wood has been aged by Mother Nature. The beauty of reclaimed wood can’t be replicated artificially & doesn’t look natural when made from new wood.  Yes, its often less expensive to purchase new wood however, you get what you pay for.   New wood [pine] is very soft and will  be prone to dings and marks  as opposed to old wood which has an equivalent hardness to new oak. If you want something to last another hundred years, consider old growth wood.  This beautiful rustic 6′ table has been sealed well so that you can use on a daily basis without worry from water rings, dents and dings.  When family life does impose a mark or two, it will blend right in with the natural characteristics of  what Mother Nature has done so perfectly.  The easiest, family friendly table you’ll ever have!   Seen in our chestnut brown finish, this old pine table also features black turned legs and 4″ bread board ends.   Customize the size you like and the colors you want.  No need to settle for less.  Matching bench sold separately.  http://www.lakeandmountainhome.com/wood-chairs-benches-stools/benches/

  • 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 go to the next size up or call for quote. The size and options you select will be calculated at the bottom of the page.
  • *1" thickness after planing will end up being 1/2"- 3/4" thick. 2" thickness after planing will end up being 1 1/2"- 1 3/4" thick. 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.
  • If you have an 8' x 2" thick + table, must upgrade your trestle to Old Oak for stability and durability purposes. If you are looking to purchase a base only there will an additional $100 charge.
  • 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.

Product Description

A rustic farm table is always best when the wood has been aged by Mother Nature. The beauty of reclaimed wood can’t be replicated artificially & doesn’t look natural when made from new wood.  Yes, its often less expensive to purchase new wood however, you get what you pay for.   New wood [pine] is very soft and will  be prone to dings and marks  as opposed to old wood which has an equivalent hardness to new oak. If you want something to last another hundred years, consider old growth wood.  This beautiful rustic 6′ table has been sealed well so that you can use on a daily basis without worry from water rings, dents and dings.  When family life does impose a mark or two, it will blend right in with the natural characteristics of  what Mother Nature has done so perfectly.  The easiest, family friendly table you’ll ever have!   Seen in our chestnut brown finish, this old pine table also features black turned legs and 4″ bread board ends.   Customize the size you like and the colors you want.  No need to settle for less.  Matching bench sold separately. http://www.lakeandmountainhome.com/wood-chairs-benches-stools/benches/


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