This is a coffee table made by one of our customers. Two twin beams are joined side by side and finished with a raised glass pane. Very nice!
Not all that long ago, a really great guy walked into my shop looking to buy some wood to use to build a table. I was really interested in his project; He wanted to build a harvest table for his daughter. I thought it was pretty awesome that Gary wanted to build a table for his daughter, which would be built with love. So…I was keen on helping him.
Gary ended up taking a load of threshing boards for the project.
I just received these photos of Gary’s finished table. It’s a 12 foot monster with extensions on either end. The main table is bread board style. The extensions are bread board as well…but Gary has reversed them.
The legs are an interesting design and offer a bit of contrast to the simple slab top.
The color of the top came out beautifully. Gary told be he applied 10 coats of urethane.
Nice job sir!
Gary has a lot to be proud of in this table. I’m sure he has built a family heirloom.
What a great father! I’m inspired to do the same for my kids when the time comes!!
One of my personal favorite products we sell is the barn roofing boards. The character of this wood is in the patina. Usually deep gold to orange brown in color, this wood sports black stains from the roofing nails that appear as long runs spanning the length of the boards. Insect holes are usually obvious as well. This wood sands up beautifully and deepens with a clear coat.
Here, a trendy new restaurant in Oakville is pimped out with our roofing boards. The ceiling was clad in the boards as well as the exterior in preparation for the signage. It looks great!
William from Everwood Built in Oakville was hired to finish the interior of the restaurant. Not only did he do the interior mill work, but he built all of the furniture, cabinets and accent features in the restaurant. William did a great job on this project and we thank him for choosing us to supply his reclaimed lumber.
Have a look at William’s website to see his other work: http://everwoodbuilt.ca/