This table is made from the old door you see in the picture. The door comes from one of the oldest tobacco barns on my farm built sometime in the 1800's.
The top of this table folds up to reveal hand-stitched leather lining the inside, with two pockets sewn into it at the far right end. There is a shallow drawer in the back right corner made from an old leather hat box from a company that still does business in Manhattan.
60" L X32" Width X 30" H
Solid slow-growth quartersawn white oak form the base while the top is made from a couple different hardwoods.
This is a really interesting piece aesthetically, and my client tells me one useful little table, as it provides both the utility of breakfast table and a desk all in one package.