This is a side table made from a reclaimed window. Based on the same design as the coffee tables we’ve been making. The window itself was lightly sanded and stained in a red mahogany stain, while the base and legs of the table are done in a dark kona stain for some subtle contrast. It was then finished in tung oil finish and hand waxed.
Inside storage area is made from rough cut 1×4 cedar boards. We used some early American style 15″ legs, it’s the perfect height for a side or end table next to your chair or sofa. The table also features a sash lock on one side to lock the top in place. Currently for sale in our Etsy shop. $225
I made this little side table from a turn of the century press of some sort. I picked this piece up awhile back that I dug out of the back of a shop. The owner had no idea exactly what it was used for, but it’s from the early 1900s and has a cool machine age look to it. The heavy wing nut style style knobs are threaded and spin up and down to tighten down on the steel cross bars. They flip out once loosened and the two top wooden strips are removable. This is the part that would tighten down to form the press. When I found this it had an old piece of floral colored paper between the wooden slats. You could actually put a piece of heavy fabric or pretty much anything between the press to personalize it.
The table has been left as is to keep the original patina. The metal has light surface rust, but it’s still fully functional. I added some early American style legs to it and it makes a pretty unique table.
This very cool 1940s Telephone table is stained lemongrass yellow and is distressed and naturally crackled. Very cool piece. These were originally used as telephone stands, but will make a very nice end table for your living room or bedroom. Size is 23 in high x 12 in wide x 16 in deep.