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October 18, 2014
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This is a sleek low-to-the-ground coffee table made from reclaimed wood joists that were saved from an old factory in Upstate New York. The look is very simple and it’s minimal height features the aged character of the salvaged industrial wood and lets it speak for itself. Each piece of wood is hand-selected for it’s individuality. It is then lightly plained and sanded. The wood is joined together and sanded to create a tabletop that is a sturdy flat surface while retaining it’s oddities. The legs are installed and the wood is finally finished with a light layer of tung oil. This coffee table measures roughly 50″ x 20″ x 15″ and can be fully customized to fit any space. Please contact me to discuss your specific needs or just purchase the table as is. Each table is made to order and can be completed in four days. Finding new beauty in old things, that’s what it’s all about. Materials:Industrial reclaimed joists from a demolished factory in Upstate NY, hand-cut iron piping.