These boards were in ROUGH shape when we got out hands on them. We really had to go salvage yard deep sea diving to find them. They got a heavy sand and and lot of love so that they're smooth to the touch and splinter free. There were several rounds of samples sent to the client. The top is flat, though every board has a little texture and movement that you hope for and expect out of reclaimed materials (while still being smooth to the fingertips). There is no tint or stain on this table- just a clear lacquer spray. The turned legs are also pine, and we stained them to match the top.
This white oak table was for a couple who'd recently gotten married and moved into a new place in Somerville. This is a really classic table design, but it just looks better when Cannon Hill Woodworking makes it. For starters we turned the legs in house, so they are made from the same material as the top. Other "custom furniture" companies in Boston would buy these legs from a 3rd party vendor, so material would not be an exact match and the proportions would not be to the client's exact specifications. In this case, the client actually made a computer mock up for us of the legs.
This beautiful walnut table and leg set was designed by our client. We're not painters (not good ones anyways!) so we sent the legs off to be sprayed with a matte black paint that was to the clients' specifications. The table has two extender boards. We will be delivering it soon to a home that is being remodeled in Maine, and then we will upload photos of the table in its new home.
A classic farmhouse table! The color blends beautifully into this open and bright space with its grey and blue accents. This is a reclaimed oak table with turned legs in a Martha’s Vineyard summer home in the town of West Tisbury. We deliver all of our tables ourselves as long as we physically can! We can ship as well. Zack grew up spending his summers on Martha's Vineyard and his grandmother's home is still in Edgartown. Sam grew up going to the Cape every summer with his family.