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From the Barns of our American History

In the 19th and 20th century, lush woods were cut from forests in America to make a variety of different barns that housed and accommodated American agriculture and the industrial revolution.  In those times, veneers, laminates, MDF, particle board, and all of the poor quality materials that are commonly used by the furniture industry today, fortunately, did not exist.  Instead, these barns were built with rich beautiful lumber from Pine, Oak, and Chestnut trees.  Over time, the wood from these structures aged and laid down a beautiful tapestry of unique character, texture and tone which now, a century later, is being brought back to life in the form of American rich furniture.    This is the result of a partnership between father time and mother nature, that stood back and watched American history unfold.   Environmentally friendly and 100% American Made.

 

Below you will several examples of farm tables we have built for others.  See something you like below?  Everything we build can be modified so “dream away”!