I have always loved the aesthetic of melding the old with the new. I enjoy the contrast of aged and weathered materials with the freshly fabricated and sharp lines of sculpted metal.
The wood used in the Parson's table is from reclaimed fences that have enjoyed the rising and setting of the Ellensburg, WA sun for decades. It has character, tells a story, and has a patina that a fresh plank cannot boast.
The metal legs, now those are my creation! I craft each leg by hand using old school sheet metal fabrication methods. What results is a hollow but extremely sturdy table leg with compound curves. Some ask, "Now, how'd you do that?"
The Parson's Fence Rail table is one of a kind and I guarantee you that you probably won't ever see one in the flesh unless you buy one for yourself. Besides, I only have so many fence rails!