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Amish Barn Wood Farmhouse Table with Breadboard Ends

Option combinations may NOT reflect those shown in product photos.

Available Options


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Table Dimensions:
Standard Length: 48" (60", 72", 84" and 96" option available)
Standard Width: 36" to 40"
Height: About 30"
Thin Table Top: 3/4" to 1-1/4"

Dimensions of Optional Bench:
Length: 48", 60", 72", 84" or 96"
Width: Approx. 13 ½", depending on plank width
Height: 18"
Top Thickness: 1"

Call for price on 2" thick top plank bench option.

Optional Drawer:
Length: Varies, you can specify an approximate length
Overall Drawer Depth: 3 1/2"
Inside Drawer Depth: 2 1/2"
Made of new pine wood.
Drawers notched, nailed and glued together.
Wood Drawer Slides

Top Wood:
100 Year Old Barn Wood - Wood Type will Vary You can expect to see nail holes, cracks, saw marks, water marks, worm holes, sun spots, and dents as they are authentic and represent the natural characteristics of the wood.

Other Table Sizes Available:
60" Long
72" Long
84" Long
96" Long
*Call for custom sizes

Standard Features:
Amish Handcrafted in Pennsylvania
Nail Holes Unfilled
Turned Leg Style
No Extension Boards
No Bench
3/4" to 1-1/4" Thin Top

Optional Features:
Filled Nail Holes
Add Drawer in Apron with Wood Slides or Full Extension Slides
Optional Drawer Made From New Pine Wood
Add Extension Boards
Add 1 or 2 Benches
1-1/2" to 2-1/4" Thick Top

Optional Extension Boards:
12", 15", 18" or 24"* Wide Each
Two Extension Boards - One on Each End
* 24" length is only available on Tables 5' and Above

Finish choice ONLY available on legs and skirt. Table top finish depends on the finish that is already on the old wood.

Plank Sizes Vary in Width

Amish Barn Wood Farmhouse Table with Breadboard Ends

Reclaimed Barn Wood Furniture Collection

This farmhouse table is Amish handcrafted from beautiful barn wood.  Our barn wood is locally sourced in Pennsylvania where the Amish woodworker lives. The barn wood is generally yellow pine but sometimes it can be hemlock or fir.  Longleaf heart pine wood is a popular pine used in the construction of old barns and warehouses in the United States.  We do not offer the option of selecting the type of barn wood used in the construction.

Our customers love imagining the history of the barn that was used in the construction of their new dining tables.  Please be aware that barn wood has the appearance of distressed new wood.  You have to be comfortable with the aged look of the old wood, cracks, nail holes that can be filled or unfilled as well as other natural features like water marks.  All of these features some would think of as defects but others think of tale tell marks of years gone past, harvests, storms and families working together on a farm.  

Our barn wood dining tables are a popular choice for restaurants and resorts that want a unique, one of a kind look.  Please call for pricing on volume barn wood dining tables.  We offer trade discounts and have contract sales associates that are happy to help you with your LEED credits as well.  

You don't have to live on a farm to order a farmhouse dining table.  This dining table style is a popular choice for city folks too.  

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Quality Takes Time – Typical Build Time for This Piece is 6 to 8 weeks.
*Please allow additional time for complex finishes, upholstered items, and delivery.

10/25/2016 12:54:30 AM