We love the new beginnings of a daybreak. The turning of our days – from sunrise to sundown – inspired this design, also reminiscent of a gear. This side table is handmade with with reclaimed metal. We made the base by hand hammering flat metal into shape and welding it together. It is painted with yellow milk paint. The top is made with reclaimed barn wood.
We created this table with reclaimed metal, that we cut and welded into shape. We made the top by hand cutting, planing and sanding reclaimed barn floor boards. The blue color is hand-painted with real milk paint.
The metal is sealed with a water-based enamel. Each table will have subtle variations. They are cut by hand and each piece of metal has slight color differences.
Care Instructions: Wipe clean with a damp cloth. If outdoors, you can maintain a shiny metal look (optional) by applying a clear metal enamel, available in a spray can at your local hardware store.
Size: 22”h x 22”w x 22”d
Size: 31″h x 48″w x 12″d
I just want to tell you how much I am loving my side table/nightstand. I keep going into the bedroom just to look at it. The barn wood is so beautiful and it fits into my idea of decor, besides being very useful for storage. I just love it. Thank you.
We created this table from reclaimed metal. We hand draw the pattern on the metal with soapstone and cut it with a hand held plasma cutter. We then hand hammer and weld it into shape. It is hand-painted with red milk paint.
Each table will have subtle variations. They are cut by hand and each piece of metal has slight color differences. The metal is sealed with a water-based enamel.
Care: Wipe clean with a damp cloth. If outdoors, you can maintain a shiny metal look [entirely optional] by applying a clear metal enamel, available in a spray can at your local hardware store.
This striking console, entry or sofa table is made with reclaimed wood and steel. The top is wood that was rescued from a Pennsylvania barn before demolition. The base is made with steel pipe that was welded together. A clear coating was applied to the entire table for a shiny finish.
Modern lines blend with a rich agricultural history in this statement end table. The metal is from an angle iron John Deere Disk that was horse drawn (the final photo shows this piece in it’s raw form). We rescued the wooden beams from an old Pennsylvania barn before demolition. We sawed them into pieces and sanded them down to shape. We cut and shaped a piece of recycled steel into place. Then applied a clear coating to the entire table for a shiny finish.