Arts and crafts artist Garrett Hack designed this piece and we were commissioned to reproduce it. We felt good about this because he sells his plans through Fine Woodworking Magazine. A client specifically wanted this look for his hunt board and this is what we came up with. Crafted from cherry mostly, this piece has tiger maple door panels and walnut accents throughout. The delicate tapered legs and curved apron really make this piece a piece of Fine Woodworking.
Give us a call if you have a special piece in mind. (336)372-8995
It’s that time of year again folks! We are proud to be a part of Alleghany County’s NC Mountain Arts Adventure Studio Tour. Taking place this coming weekend, October 16-18, from 10am until 5pm we will have our doors open to the public. No appointment is necessary and we look forward to seeing you there! Come out and support your local artists!
To find us, go here!
Click here to see a little bingo spot we were able to be a part of for this tour on our local television station, Skyline Skybest. Thanks!
Our reclaimed wood farm tables have become increasingly popular, and we are thrilled! We created this 8′ x 42″ reclaimed table from solid barn oak. A client in Missouri wanted a one of a kind dining table, complete with matching bench. We made her this gorgeous table with 3 1/2″ tapered legs, complete with pegged accents. We finished it with an Early American stain and it is completely hand planed. We love this finish on the old barn wood, as it brings out a rich tone that accents the woods natural beauty. Just in time for fall too! 😉 Enjoy!
Call us today if you are interested in a unique farm table crafted from solid barn wood! (336)372-8995
This weekend we are looking forward to our 4th West Jefferson Olde Time Antiques Fair show!! It looks like we are going to have a fabulous weather and can’t wait to see you there! Come see us and check out what we have in store this year! Some items we will be featuring are vintage cheese press, old doors, church pews, custom bench, vintage singer sewing machine, unique antique bake stove, crackle mirrors, old crocks, vintage linens, chairs and of course an assortment of custom Carolina Farm Table farm tables 🙂 Here are some photos to reminisce on from last years show…
We have been working hard creating a unique, one of a kind, industrial table with these amazing factory pieces of cast iron… This is what we came up with. John found these two salvaged steel pieces up in New England and knew they would make for a really cool unique base. Our thought is they probably came from a factory. Devin decided to use some reclaimed wormy chestnut to complete the industrial look. It is 1 1/2″ thick, hand planed and has bread board ends. Before this table was even built, a local visitor was in the shop and just had to have it! It is 90″ x38″. We always are thinking up one of a kind pieces with found materials, and especially steel bases. We keep some in stock and also have a supply of reproductions. Feel free to give Devin a call if you would love a piece to be created just for you! (336)372-8995
We were approached to do an interview by a local writer in Alleghany county, and we thrilled with the opportunity! Being a part of community is something we are all about, and we love to share a good story when we can. This article about Devin’s coming of age and joining the family business to prosper and build it into what is now Carolina Farm Table, does the trick. Click here to read it and enjoy!
P.s. Don’t you just love this photo!? THIS is the guy I fell in love with and his wooden bumper!! 😉
We had two different clients, each wanting reclaimed oak for their table tops, but varying shades of finish. These are the two final pieces we created for each of them…
The first table here has our standard trestle base, painted off white and the top has been finished with a dark stain. It has an 1 3/4″ thick top, breadboard ends and has been hand planed. The matching bench compliments it well, along with the thumb back side chairs.
The second trestle table used the exact same wood, but has been finished in our medium stain. It too has an 1 3/4″ thick top, breadboard ends and has been hand planed. The base is a custom trestle design, that reminds me of classic New England style. It too has been painted off white.
So you see, the differences are incredibly dramatic depending on how you finish reclaimed oak. Both pieces turned out beautifully!
Give us a call today and we can customize a table specific for your needs! (336)372-8995
After 30+ years, we finally have an official sign on the shop!!! Officially, Carolina Farm Table! Give us a call today at (336)372-8995 to schedule your appointment at our Sparta, North Carolina shop, to talk about your furniture needs!
What a beauty!! A client from Green Bay, Wisconsin found us online and commissioned us to build this gorgeous large bookcase. 7′ wide x 90″ tall, solid pine, complete with beaded paneling, this piece has adjustable shelving on either side and is finished with a custom paint color to match the clients decor. Despite being so large, it needed to go up a small narrow staircase to a second story condo, so we built it in four different sections to accommodate moving. Since we ship all over the United Sates, we pride ourselves in being knowledgeable with practical logistics of getting large tables and case goods to our clients at an affordable price.
Give us a call today if you have a unique bookcase or case good in mind! (336)372-8995