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EMAIL: HANDMADE@OLDWOODSOUL.COM
PHONE: 603.682.2831

HAVE YOU EVER THOUGHT: "SOMEDAY WE'LL DESIGN A PIECE OF FURNITURE TO FIT THAT SPACE"? 

That's our bread and butter.

DO YOU HAVE AN UPCOMING EVENT WHERE YOU NEED TO RENT TABLES AND ACCESSORIES TO CREATE A WELCOMING ATMOSPHERE?

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13280 East Mississippi Avenue
Aurora, CO, 80012
United States

Reclaimed farmhouse style furniture handcrafted in Colorado

Harvester Truss Base Style

Dining

We handcraft each and every table to your exact specifications after choosing the individual pieces for their beauty and history. All tables are made from reclaimed barn wood and include a story of their original purpose - whether as a horse barn, corn silo, snow fence, or train car floor. We hope you enjoy years of gatherings and history making of your own as this functional piece of art prepares itself to be passed down for generations to come...

Note: Table Tops and Base Styles can be mixed and matched. Please be sure to select a base style to match with your table!

Harvester Truss Base Style

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Harvester Truss Base Style

from 350.00

Materials Available:

Douglas Fir custom stained
Reclaimed Barn Beams

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The classic Farmhouse Style base that is time-tested and nearly bombproof. Diagonal girders and angled base structures speak to the railroad truss style that became popular after the great iron rails connected the coasts of our country nearly 150 years ago. Choose from stock Douglas fir beams stained to match the top of your choosing, or opt for reclaimed barn beams from the same era as the railroad construction itself.