Trestle Farmhouse Dining Table

Good friends and great christians from church recently asked me to make a table for their new home.  They wanted it large enough to seat their entire family comfortably and also when entertaining church family.  They requested a country look with distressed wood with benches.  This was a fun project.
The end result was a table 10′ long with matching benches on either side.  The table is made of pine with walnut stain and coated with lacquer.  The cross leg trestle style legs are joined together for stronger support by a beam with tenon on each end secured by a turned dial pin.  This gives an a beautiful hand made look.
The wood was completely distressed by hand prior to staining.  The legs are positioned to give not only support but comfort to those sitting at each end as well as those sitting at the ends on either side, so that their legs do  not bump the table.
The table has been used, and enjoyed, many times already with personal and church family.  Order your’s today! (chairs and decor not included)


Oak Greeters Station

The church where I attend needed a way to place brochures and information for our guests and members. They also wanted it where someone could be behind it. I consulted with them and we came up with this Greeters / Welcome Station. At approximately 7 feet wide and 5 feet deep it has plenty of storage under the top, comfortable space for two people behind and wide tops to accommodate plenty of visitors. The rail and trim is of oak and top and body of plywood with oak veneer and finish. The side has a fold in side with a fold down top for easy entrance into the station. This can also be very useful in a corporate lobby, logos can be added to the front. Call 479-601-6480 for details.