Spray finishes

Osterville Table with Stunning Ocean View and Even More Stunning Base!

Sometimes, a client will come in with a very specific design idea in mind, and it’s up to us to turn that idea into a custom piece of furniture that can anchor a room in their home for decades, or generations. This white oak dining table is the product of exactly that process. Our client wanted to see a square steel beam pass through a chunky oak plate to create an “X” base of a type very different than what we often build.

Walnut Stacked Pedestal Bases in Bedford, Custom Built As Always!

When we build custom stacked double pedestal trestle bases, they're always made custom. They take as much material and time to make as a table top, and they're truly works of art. We love building them. Usually we send people a number of hand drawings to get the conversation started, and then we work our way towards a final design. Our clients are always over the moon for their bases, and it's extra special knowing that they are completely one of a kind. Don't be fooled by companies that buy and assemble these and then paint or stain them to cover up that they're so cheap.

Ocean Views for this Round Oak Kitchen Table in Osterville

Sturdy and sleek, 60" Diameter, white oak table with a white-wash and lacquer spray finish. The white-wash is a product called "natural" from Rubio Monocoat. It can be topcoat finish, but this client wanted a spray finish for extra stain protection. The base is great for seating and we bulked it up a little from a previous design to ensure that it would be really solid and have no ability to flex (there is a lot of torque available on a round top like this and a pedestal base with such a thin profile at it's connection points).

Reclaimed Oak Dining Table with Square Corner Legs and Brown Tint in NH

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! 

Herring Bone Pattern Reclaimed Oak Coffee Table with Custom Color Finish in Somerville

This coffee table was carefully planned and executed. It's made from many dozens of different pieces of reclaimed oak, glued up in a herring bone pattern. The color tint is a custom mix done in house and then it has a spray finish on top. This was a really fun build for a great client in Somerville. 

Live Edge Walnut with Curved Bases and Same Slab Extension in Charlestown

This gorgeous Claro walnut slab features a single-side extension, curved-leg bases, and a lacquer spray finish. As soon as this slab landed in our workshop we knew it would become a stunning piece of furniture. Claro walnut – actually a result of grafting and cross-pollination between eastern European and native American walnut species – grows in the American Northwest, and offers some of the most dramatic figure and coloration of any walnut variety.

Reclaimed Oak Oval with Curved Bases in Somerville

Reclaimed oak oval with all the character you love to see in a reclaimed oak top. Cut to a custom oval shape. Bases are custom curved bases made from curved strips of wood. The bases are actually dozens of strips curved around a form, as opposed to single pieces of wood cut in a curve. It's a way cooler look and more structurally sound. 

Reclaimed Heart Pine Table with Turned Legs in New Hampshire

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.