Shabby Chic / Mod style coffee table made from a vintage 40s-50s cabinet door.
This table is based on the same design as our reclaimed window coffee tables. The table top is a vintage cabinet door from the 40s-50s. Complete with original brass hardware, lock (non-functioning) and real brass hinges. The glass is very cool textured frosted glass.
Tables base is built from solid 2″x8″ pine boards and very heavy in construction. Interior shelf is made of 1″ x 4″ rough cut cedar planks which alternate and vary in their natural color. 7″ early American style legs were used thread into the base. Also removable should you want to change the style, height or even convert the table into a cabinet.
Finish is a chartreuse semi gloss. Minus the door, all wood is new.
One off industrial style coffee table on wheels. Base is a very old steel cart/dolly. Heavy steel base with nice patina, rusty colored finish. Has 4 heavy duty casters, one on each corner and rolls around with ease. Steel frame serves as the base as uses original rough cut wood in original finish and patina. Steel risers were made and welded to the base to support the top, which is attached with 4 carriage bolts. Top surface is a nice piece of reclaimed wood which was recently salvaged. Appears to be a section of an old work bench. Very nice heavy duty wooden top, approximately 1″ thick slats which was lightly sanded, stained with Early American stain and finished with multiple coats of Minwax Antique finish. Original patina and wear was intentionally preserved.
Very nice, original statement piece with room below to store your magazines, books, etc.
Dimensions: 48″ long, 20″ wide, 15″ high
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Vintage industrial factory cart. All original. Very heavy, solid wood with original cast iron wheels. These are becoming very popular for use as coffee tables and statement pieces. They’re also becoming very hard to find. Cart was left with original patina and not refinished. It has perfect patina, which refinishing would ruin. It was thoroughly cleaned and polished with a clear wax to preserve the finish.
Size:36″ long x 26″ wide x 9″ high
Available for sale locally (Portsmouth, VA) or in our Etsy shop. Click here for the full listing.
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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
Available in our Etsy shop.
Shabby Chic / Cottage / Farm House style coffee table. Top is a reclaimed cabinet door, salvaged from an early 1900s home in Virginia. Door is very solid. Original crackled paint and patina. Not faux paint! This is original patina. The door was finished off with a few coats of clear matte shellac to seal the paint and help prevent chipping.
The base is made from heavy 2×6 boards. Inner shelf is made from rough cut 1×4 cedar boards. The top is hinged and opens up for storage. The base was primed, painted a pale yellow, then white washed with a sunbleached stain. Then distressed and hand waxed.
Currently available in our Etsy shop.
We’re trying to ensure that each one of these tables is unique and one of a kind. We’ve been getting quite a few requests for these, and the last thing we want to do is bore everyone and ourselves. This one is kinda fancy. The White Diamond. Probably could’ve come up with a better name, but I’m exhausted…Here are the details.
Coffee table made from a pretty rare window with diamond shaped panes which opens up for storage. Each one of these tables is one of a kind. The table itself is made from new 2″ x 6″ studs. Interior shelf is made of rough cut 1″x4″ and 1″x2″ cedar board in contrasting shades to add interest. All reclaimed hardware is used whenever possible, with the exception of new sash locks on both sides. This one features a vintage crystal door knob to make it super classy!
34″l x 18″w x 15″h
I picked up this really cool old barn access door from a flea market recently and thought it would make a nice top for a coffee table. It’s at least 100 years old. Nice patina, square nails and everything. The rest of the table was made by chopping up and old pallet. Designed so the cut outs in the pallet are symmetrical and add a nice touch. I didn’t want the pallet to lose it’s identity! The top door pull is old patina’d brass that came out of some old feed store drawers. Added some new brass hinges and legs. Size is 36″w x 22″d x 12″. SOLD.