Dining Room Table, with Multiple Stains

I’m going to step back in time and show you this dining room table we did this past winter. These clients had a table they fell in love with but it was WAY our of their budget. So they asked if we could make it for cheaper and I’m glad that we could. You don’t have to spend thousands and thousands to have handmade furniture… just talk to us and ask if we can we can create something for you that’s within your budget.

Now back to this table. The original table that was out of reach finacially had different types of wood pieced together to create the top. To keep this project in budget we keep the type of wood the same but stained each to recreate the same look. Turned out pretty good, right?

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Farmhouse Table

This is post 3 of 3 for our recent projects with The Family Room in Laytonsville, MD. This shop is very unique. It’s a gift shop. It’s a coffee, snack and ice cream shop. It’s a reading nook. It’s a build a puzzle, play a game or just come and hangout shop. It really is amazing.

And it’s also in need of a large table to make all of this community happenings possible. Enter… a rustic farmhouse table with seating for 10-12 people. It’s long and skinny and perfect for all of the gatherings that will take place around it. And can we just take a moment to appreciate how awesome those legs look? Thank you… you make proceed to take in the rest of the pictures.

 

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We love this table and all of the promise that it holds for our dear friends. Here’s to the coolest shop around opening it’s doors to you tomorrow Feb, 16, 2018.