We make beautiful furniture for retail spaces. If you have a retail space and are looking for furniture that is itself a work of art, you have come to the right place. We make can make bookcases, desks, shelves, stands, racks, and tables of any configuration, function, shape, style, and size to fit your unique space.
A classic Cannon Hill reclaimed oak table. Nobody does it better than us. This table has an Early American stain and a lacquer spray finish. Corner legs are great for seating, and tucking chairs, and this aesthetic will never clash with any setting. It clean, easy, and classic. This table is made from authentic reclaimed oak barn beams that we hand select, de-nail, kiln dry, and then put a massive amount of love and labor into before we have a finished product ready for delivery. The client loved her table!
Classic! ... This walnut table is a classic design- tried and true. This is the can't-go-wrong walnut table design. This is the we-might-move-to-an-entirely-different-style-of-home walnut table design. This is a walnut table with a skirt and square leg assmebly- built to a custom size with the clearance of the room and the size of the family in mind. Clean, simple, sturdy, beautifully crafted, incredible grain pattern, subtle and honest finish.
This reclaimed oak table is attached directly to the kitchen island in this newly renovated Charlestown condominium. The idea behind the design is that the table can remain shorter, so that it doesn't encroach upon the doorway entry to the condo, but that there is more room for seating. The table is attached to a ledger that sits invisible between the skirts and is fastened sturdily to the island.
This simple and bright sugar maple table was designed for a client in a wheelchair whose legs are extended when she is in the chair. The fact that her legs are extended means she has a wider swing when tucking into the table, so she needs more space between the legs. It also means there couldn't be a pedestal or trestle base in the way.
This table is a quintessential look at the most popular table style right now. A well-built walnut table with no frills. Beautiful natural grain, clean lines, subtle taper to the legs, a medium thickness (1 1/4") top so as to be sturdy but not chunky. It's like farmhouse light. We love making tables like these. The walnut we source is local and we hand select each board after looking at both sides and walking on them. This allows our walnut tables to be flat for decades. It also allows us to pick beautiful boards for our clients.
The clients are remodeling their own home in Natick. They've taken on the remodel as a passion project and wanted a table that fit perfectly into their new dining space that could seat two extra people without getting any longer. The solution was to go wider, so that two can comfortably feet on each end of this wide reclaimed oak dining table.
This table in a Cape Cod (Pocasset) home is a mix-and-match of two of our most popular wood types, and the combination is a favorite of ours. The top is reclaimed barn wood, and the skirt and legs are black walnut. This combination can be done the other way around as well, with a walnut top and oak skirt and legs.
This wide reclaimed oak table with 18-inch extender boards nicely fills the elegant dining space of this beachside house in Chatham on Cape Cod. Reclaimed oak tables are beautiful dining tables in any home, but tend to find themselves more often in natural and rustic settings (e.g. mountain houses, barn houses, beach houses, and farm-to-table restaurants). These are settings you often see farmhouse style tables. That being said, "modern farmhouse" is very much a "thing"! (It's so hot right now).