The thick slab top draws one to this rustic coffee table due to the heavy distress seen in every scratch, crack and gouge that came from years of constant use( likely in a butcher's shop). There is a slight bow to the top but one can still set glasses upon it.
The attraction of this coffee table is the wood itself, one large 1.5” thick plank top accented by the splay legs which also accent the top itself. This pine coffee table has been restored and waxed, so is strong, stable and ready for use.
The deep gouges, nicks & scrapes in this thick topped coffee table fill it with character. Originally it served as a work table, & now the slight warp to the 2" top, uneven edges and iron strip on one end (to secure old cracks) reminds us that it was used for many generations.
The front of this interesting trunk has carved baskets filled with flowers, and a carved garland of flowers along the bottom which add to the charm of this country chest. The original brick red paint appears worn and distressed while adding depth of character.
Tulips were a favorite flower motif used on painted furniture throughout the European countryside, and are seen beautifully displayed here on the hand-painted trunk from Sweden. The two monograms and date of 1789 indicate it was likely a wedding present.
This square Chinese red lacquered coffee table, with it's simple, clean lines is made of elm and features a hard lacquer finish. The highly polished finish enhances the deep color which contrasts beautifully with the natural wood underneath where the red paint has been worn away.
This delightful antique pine coffee table has recently been given a white painted finish, adding to the European country charm of the piece. The single drawer and turned stretcher base add to the visual appeal, creating great impact in a small space.
This charming English Mahogany side table from the middle of the 20th century features the original embossed leather inlay on top, along with opposing pull out sides on either end. With tapered legs, this elegant yet simple table would look wonderful
The decorative top of this unique table is made from an old fence. The base was base was created to hold the top which is covered with a heavy glass top. Fun and Functional, this will make a one of a kind accent piece.