This highly unusual coffee table is a special find. The heavily turned trestle base, wood pegs (vs nails), simple inlay in the single drawer and even the wood inlay repairs seen in the top all add to the unique appeal of this one of a kind table.
The unique patina of this 5' coffee table comes from the aged distressed planks of oak that comprise the top. Notice the variation of dark and light veins that run through each plank of wood. It has been restored; it is strong/stable with a wax finish.
This antique oak coffee table from Denmark with a brass insert originally served as a type of large ash tray. With 5 turned legs and ornately carved aprons, this unique piece may be creatively used for a variety of hosting in today's modern home.
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.
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.