A rustic dining table, whether made in
Rustic dining table
As part of responsible sourcing, we also proffer wood slabs harvested from dead standing trees on the forest floor by hand-select old-growth Redwood, Claro walnut, Black walnut, Buckeye burl, and Bigleaf Maple as our main wood species. Along with these, related wood species such as Elm, Black Oak, and others find their way into our studio. We use a durable finish on our live edge dining tables, rustic furniture, and wood countertops. It repels water, wine, soda, and more. Also, easy to care for and repair if needed, as no wood finish is without the possibility of damage. Designed as a floor finish first, which makes it very versatile. It also meets and carries the Declare label, meaning that no substance used to make it is red label anywhere in the world.
Live edge dining table
Wood slab dining table
No rustic dining table is complete without a base. It is the foundation or base which determines whether it is a rustic modern, rustic, or contemporary design. We offer root, stump bases, metal, acrylic, driftwood, wood slab, and juniper logs. A root or stump base is excellent for rustic decor and can warm an ultra-modern decor. But acrylic screams clean and airy as if the live edge dining table is floating with the metal legs complementing an industrial or modern appeal. The design options are almost limitless.
The wood slab
Natural wood table
A farmhouse dining table is typically long, narrow, and handmade, much like a rustic table. At the same time, the modern farm table tends to be refined and used only for dining. The original farmhouse dining table was the main work and project table. One day, it is a workbench to repair equipment, then Sunday dinner with a neighboring family. Typically, they are crafted from solid wood planks, whether dimensional lumber or solid wood slabs. Whether a rustic or contemporary table, a farmhouse dining table will be a perfect fit.