Just Fine Tables finished the Two (2) Matching Benches to go with the Custom Square Farm House Table we built earlier for a new customer. Here they are with the table and chairs in the customer’s home.
CUSTOM FARM HOUSE TABLE w/ MATCHING BENCHES and CHAIRS:
and for a closer look of the matching benches in the ensemble…
As you can see, these pictures show the table, benches, and chairs in the customer’s home where they will be used for many enjoyable meals and fun-filled family gatherings.
To have the benches match the table, we were successful in building the bench tops from the ends of two of the widest table top planks that remained from the table construction. The legs used on the benches were obtained from one of our vendors, Osborne Wood Products Co., to match the big table legs which were also obtained from Osborne for the table. The solid oak chairs were obtained by the customer from the American Oak Co.
For Your Perusal, we thought showing you some past table and bench projects might be an appealing idea. So, to that end, enjoy looking over these:
This is one of our first big Farm House Tables with a Matching Bench. It is shown sitting in the customer’s home.
This table and bench were hand built from scratch (i.e. just raw materials). It is shown as it was displayed at Encore Resales. Please know that the ensemble found a home shortly after this picture was taken.
This table and farm table with matching bench was a replacement for a table that had been destroyed by fire. The bench was added per customer request to provide seating for their grandchildren when they would visit Grandpa and Grandma.
And a Trestle Table Farm Table with Matching Trestle Bench built entirely from scratch to match a customer’s photo of a similar table. The table and bench are shown here sitting in the customer’s home. (This customer decided to get the table 1st and then get chairs to match.)
Got to go. Must complete a coffee table to go to Encore Resales and … especially a small Solid Oak Trestle Table for a friend in Milwaukee, WI. The small oak trestle table has been on the drawing boards for over two (2) years now. Sometimes perfection takes a while.