Reclaimed Fir Dining Table

One of our specialties here at Cannon Hill is a popular style of furniture built from what’s known as “reclaimed” lumber. “Reclaimed” material is lumber that has previously been used, typically in the framing of buildings, which has been salvaged during the demolition or renovation of a building. While the demolition process is underway builders will set aside the old posts, beams, joists, and studs for re-use, saving the perfectly usable wood for an entirely new purpose.

8 x 8 Floating Reclaimed Pine Mantle in Dover

This is an 8 x 8 pine beam that we found at a salvage yard and finished into a nice floating mantle. We built the bracket for the mantle from oak, and installed it and scribed it to the stone fireplace. Cannon Hill is capable of really nice white glove install work as well. When the mantle is up, it looks like it is completely floating and it's rock solid. Still has the feel and look of reclaimed, but it's smooth to the touch. A perfect finish. 

Reclaimed Oak in Lexington with Double Pedestal and Dark Stain

This is another example of Cannon Hill building completely custom. This reclaimed oak table was designed through a collaborative process whereby we drew pedestal designs and the client mixed and matched between them. The table has one 24" extension to add two diners to the table. It was a custom brown wipe on stain, and a lacquer protective spray over it. 

Reclaimed Oak Kitchen Island with Cast Iron Base in Medford

The cast iron base for this island is customized to say 'Medford, Massachusetts' where this reclaimed oak kitchen island lives. The finish color on this island is chestnut brown with just a hint of deep mahogany red. It's a small piece, 26 x 42 inches, so that it doesn't overwhelm the space. It's still plenty of space for food prep. Matching benches or stools to follow!