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Were your spider senses tingling? This intricate steel base and reclaimed wood table top with a criss-cross inlay add some amazing detail and texture to this office space. Even if you’re not a fan of spiders, don’t be scared of this webbed steel table!




This desk is a great (reclaimed wood and lacquered steel) addition to any workspace. Repurposed index card organizers were outfitted with wood handles and used for drawers. It’s simple, it goes with everything.  (Re)claim it for yourself!

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This fabulous office is that of one of our favorite clients, Telos. Their fantastic style and eclectic mix of old and new go perfectly with the reclaimed wood and steel countertop we designed and made to fit over a standard cabinet box.

all our thanks to Mike at fadeoutfoto for the pics!

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What are table legs without knees? For this bar height table, we faceted the leg form to accentuate the connection of the horizontal leg braces and used a large gusset plate to act as a washer for the lag bolts. The ends are tapered to create a slick side profile. It’s constructed from reclaimed wood (thanks, Rx) and raw steel plate.

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We were lucky enough to have our table featured in a number of photos by the talented folks at Steinkamp Photography. Wright/Heerema Architects (who designed this lovely build-out) were kind enough to collaborate with us to design a custom table for this space. Now, we’re working on a few more designs with them for some other offices, so stay tuned for those photos in the near future!

© Connor Steinkamp, Steinkamp Photography

© Connor Steinkamp, Steinkamp Photography

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© Connor Steinkamp, Steinkamp Photography

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© Connor Steinkamp, Steinkamp Photography

This giant table is sure to turn some heads at the office it will call home. It features a steel frame (large enough to hold up a small house), plenty of reclaimed wood (from the Rx), a ‘cute’ finger joint detail at both ends and an extra durable finish that will hold up for years to come. When we make furniture, we make FURNITURE!

48″ wide x 108″ long x 42″ high

*special shout-out to Brian McGuire who shot the first 3 great pics. Photo props! More pics to follow soon as well.

This table was designed to have an industrial yet clean look. We accomplished this in the base with some mitered c-channels and i-beams, which also help to create some gorgeous shadow lines. We then blackened the steel to make it blend with the color variation of the wood top. The super sexy wood is reclaimed douglas fir from our favorite vendor, the Rebuilding Exchange, planed and sanded to retain much of the original patina.

This fabulous table was custom made for some amazing clients. We’re always happy to work with you to design something that you’ll be sure to enjoy for years (decades) to come.

Now our clients are ready to have some ferocious dinner parties!

92″ x 40″ x 29″ high

We designed and constructed this amazing counter with plenty of storage for a super-hip new furniture store called Sojourn up in Sawyer, MI. We wrapped the birch plywood box with skim-planed reclaimed wood (from Rebuilding Exchange) and capped it off with a versatile and modern back-painted glass top as well as some distressed steel casters.

What can we say, we like wood. This is another reclaimed wood table with another salvaged steel base made as a custom order. If you, or anyone you know happens to like what we make, we are more than happy to do custom work for you! Email us at for more info about your project.

Multi-purpose, adjustable height, rolling table/bench/desk/island! Wow, there’s a lot going on here! The table itself was fashioned out of locally reclaimed wood and glued up in a butcher-block style. There are variations in length, width, color, age and texture of the wood slats which create a striking palette! The base (formerly a conveyor belt base) was salvaged from a local scrapyard; cleaned, sanded and waxed. The possibilites are endless for this piece, the only limit is your imagination.

28 1/2″ wide x 70 1/2″ long x 24-33″ high (height adjustable)


Steel legs were salvaged from an old conveyor belt and paired with some beautiful reclaimed douglas fir to create this dining table. It comfortably seats 6-8 people and you can even adjust the height to fit any type of dining chair! The wood top was joined with continuous (reclaimed) oak splines which are visible at both ends of the table. The natural wood knots on the table were carefully filled with clear resin to preserve the character and natural beauty of these hand selected planks. Food will definitely taste better when eaten off this one-of-a-kind table. Guaranteed.

70″ wide x 36″ deep


Thanks again to Apartment Therapy for featuring this table in their Scavenger Section!