Thought it might be appropriate to make a little update on some of our recent projects since our last post. So, with that… here are some of most recent farm tables and more that we have touched.
REFINISHED A NEIGHBOR’S TABLE BASE AND CHAIR SET:
We did not do anything with the table top, nor the chair seats as they were all pristine. The table base, legs, and chairs needed to be refinished / painted to match the recent changes in the home’s color schemes.
About the same time as we refinished the above table, we built a couple of Handmade Tables. One was a true Barn Wood Coffee Table and the other was an Ash Top Wine Bar Buffet Table. Hope you enjoy them as much as their new owners.
TRUE HANDMADE “BARN WOOD” COFFEE TABLE:
FYI: We know where there is a Boat Load of Barn Wood lumber just like that used on this coffee table. We have been known to build Barn Wood Farm Tables! Would you like one?
HANDMADE “ASH TOP” WINE BAR BUFFET TABLE:
FYI: We don’t have a boatload of Ash Lumber, but we do have a couple of pieces of Ash for the top of a similar Wine Bar Buffet Table. We do anticipate building a new one in the not so distant future. … definitely for the upcoming Holiday Season.
REFINISHED SOLID OAK ROUND TABLE w/ REFINISHED “ETHAN ALLEN” CHAIRS:
As mentioned, … all the tables above have been returned to their owners or they have found new homes. Interestingly, we learned that the Barn Wood Coffee Table was purchased by a relative of the owners of the table and chair set in the first picture. We found out after we posted the coffee table on Facebook that it had found a new home.
And, the 42″ Oak Table with the Ethan Allen chairs was purchased by a relative of a custom order customer down in Alabama.
Current work in progress…. Finish a Custom Farm Table and Bench order for a customer near our Tennessee home.
CUSTOM FARM TABLE AND BENCH:
We anticipate finishing this set over the next few days. We are making a slight adjustment to the tables’ top per the customer’s request.
And last, but certainly not least, we are duplicating this Ash Top Table with Two Matching Benches for a new customer in Mississippi.
Hope you have enjoyed this brief update of activities.