Drink Rail Bar Table, Reclaimed live edge Bar, Custom sizes
Wide console table with drink rail made from authentic, reclaimed wood from barns and log cabins in the upper Midwest. This wider version of our console is a perfect for serving and dining and works well for larger scale spaces and furnishings.
Our hand-hewn tables add an elegant rustic character to your living room or hallway. Can you feel the history, the effort, that went into making each cut as you run your hand over the oiled surface of the table? The perfect combination of modern style and organic subtle touch. A great way to display and serve in your home.
HOW TO ORDER
1) Choose your table top size from the drop down menu. For tables longer than 7 feet, please contact us.
2) Choose your finish color. I am happy to custom mix a shade to work with your own furnishings, floors, woodwork etc... Please inquire if interested.
3) I want your table to be the perfect fit for your home. Do not hesitate to contact me with any questions or special considerations before ordering.
PIPE LEGS The 36" tall tables use a pipe that is 1" outside diameter and the 40" tables use a heavier pipe that is 1 1/4". The bottom of all the pipe legs has a cap that will allow you to adjust individual leg length to accommodate uneven floors. The leg standard color is a finish called dark hammered bronze. We also offer Black. Make a note when ordering if you would like black legs.
We use a very tough the best environmentally friendly, low VOC, non toxic Enduro-Var that binds the wood fibers. I mix my own dyes to tint the wood. The standard finish depicted in the primary photo is called vintage maple, which plays beautifully with the natural variations of the wood. Other shades are also available and I am happy to custom mix a shade to work with your own furnishings, floors, woodwork etc... Please inquire if interested.
Ships free of charge via FedEx anywhere in the continental US.
The legs will ship unattached. Quick assembly with a phillips screwdriver. Adjustable feet will accommodate most floor unevenness.
HISTORY OF OUR WOOD
This lumber is trimmed from massive hand-hewn beams salvaged from old barns in Wisconsin and Iowa. Amish crews disassemble the barns and salvage as much as they can. Most of these barns were in use for over 100 years before being obsolesced by modern farming practices. They saw farming change from horse power to diesel power. As the culture changed so too do the buildings that support it. This wood was cut from old growth trees in the 19th century by hand saw and ax then shaped by hand with adzes and muscles. I try to present as much of that old effort as I can. The wood in these boards must be as old as this country.
We have smoothed and flattened the top surface so you can set glasses on it. Each piece IS DIFFERENT and has its own story and history. Like all reclaimed, upcycled, repurposed and recycled products there are flaws and nicks and knotholes. It's not Ikea.