Reclaimed wooden window now used as a coffee table with plenty of storage. Six pane window was salvaged from an early to mid 1900s home in Virginia. I then built a frame out of 2x6s, and used rough cut cedar boards for the bottom. This piece is very sturdy and solid. I try to reuse salvaged materials whenever possible.
Inside is unfinished rough cut cedar, window and base are finished in semi gloss white paint with a distressed finish with the legs stained in a dark brown kona colored stain.
Two of these are currently available in our Etsy shop, one is white, one is turquoise and white.
28″ l x 20″ w x 6″ deep x 15″ tall
Both of these will be among the items we’ll have available at the Southampton Academy Antique Show this weekend, March 3-4.
The blue and red tables have been sold and ship out tomorrow – this white is still available and I’ve got a few more on the way soon.
Red White & Blue
Here’s another one of our window coffee tables that I finished up this weekend. Same basic design with a hinged top using a reclaimed window, hinges and cabinet pulls. Base is built solid out of new pine 2×6’s, with rough cut cedar planks staggered in 2″ and 4″ widths. The table received a base coat of kona stain, then topped off with a historic barn red paint. The sanded and scraped to give it a nice distressed finish. The table legs are also stained in kona colored stain. The entire piece was then hand waxed. The glass is original, but very solid and the undersides have been recaulked, as the original glaze breaks down over time.