Multi-colored coffee table made reclaimed wooden trim boards, 1 inch thick, salvaged from an early 1900s home in Virginia. Each board is distinctly different and show various stages of wear. Table top is assembled into a diagonal pattern in alternating colors. The boards vary between stained wood, white with teal showing through, brown and a rusty red brown. Table base is very sturdy, built from 2x6s and painted white, then scraped and distressed to match the table top. Early American style legs were used and stained dark brown. The legs simply thread into the table for easy assembly. The beauty of this piece is the patina of the original worn wood. Once completed, the top was lightly sanded to remove any loose or peeling paint, then sealed with a clear dull finish varnish for preservation. Great conversation piece for your living room or even patio or deck.
Size: 28″l x 20″w x 14″h