Oak Table From Reclaimed Wood And Pipe

I made this out of barnwood taken from the farm where I grew up. The top slab is 1.5" thick and made from solid red oak and white ash. The lower shelf is made from tulip poplar and red oak. It's sturdy and beautiful. The imperfections and damage to the antique and weathered wood makes it stunning and unique.

I cleaned the steel pipe and clear-coated it to preserve the color and protect things that touch it. I finished the wood with a Tung Oil Finish (not actual tung oil) and then a coat of Howard's Feed-N-Wax. This brings out the beauty of the old wood and preserves it. I recommend reapplying the Feed-N-Wax as it ages.

The table measures approximately 48" wide by 16" deep and stands 34" tall. It weighs about 70 pounds. The feet are metal, so I recommend placing it on a felt or rubber pad to protect your floor. The lower shelf is removable.

The legs will remove for shipping. They can be reattached with a screwdriver. Then simply screw in the stretcher between the two leg units.

I may be able to add casters as an option in the future for additional cost. I will prepare for shipping quickly, but this will ship as a freight item and will takes several days or longer to arrive.

ABOUT SHIPPING: Please contact me directly to speak about shipping cost. I am open to finding a more creative way to lower them – this is over 70 pounds so our options are more limited. If you live in the Atlanta area, we can probably work out personal delivery or pick up.

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