My mom and dad recently built this farm table for a client of ours. The legs are vintage and one of a kind. The table top is constructed of solid, kiln dried poplar, which is a very hardwood. The table top is about two inches thick, so it creates a sturdy and durable surface for diner parties and family gatherings. I painted the legs a beautiful red, distressed them and then finished the rustic look by aging them with a dark walnut stain. The table is six feet long and turned out to be a great statement piece in the kitchen of our client.

This table was $1100.


6 Responses to Custom built farm table

  1. Gorgeous. Absolutely stunning. I’ve been looking for a new dining table- maybe I should build one!

  2. I love the look you’ve achieved. A solid table top, looks like almost a butcher block top in the photos, is so practical and attractive at the same time. Wherever did you find those legs? The carving is a work of art in itself. Thanks for showing off this beautiful piece.

  3. Deana says:

    Thanks Warren! The legs actually came off of an old, round table that we found.

  4. Deb Owen says:

    Beautiful legs on that table! Love the color and the sturdy top.

  5. Judy Pimperl says:

    Beautiful table…I love the legs and the red color is great!

  6. I love this table!! How creative and charming! You all really do great work. Thanks for sharing!

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