Exposed mortise and tenon joints and simple vertical and horizontal lines are iconic of Mission style furniture design of the late 1800s. Our Barnwood Dining Table Mission Style Base is directly inspired by the movement that was founded to emphasize traditional craftsmanship. For the first time this classic dining table style is coupled with reclaimed
Check out this project on RYOBI Nation - Coffee table from reclaimed pine taken from an old home in new orleans. All of the wood is over 136 years old and came from the home of a local jazz musician. This super cool piece was a gift for my neice. Enjoy! The legs were framing members from an old house being renovated; The top is flipped over bead board from the same old house. It's laminated to a piece of plywood with construction adhesive.
This is my new handmade "Kaplan Series" kitchen table. The legs are 126 year old pine beams from an old house in New Orleans. I put a slight taper on them for aesthetics. The top is made from old cypress siding from an old house in Kaplan Louisiana. Furniture Creations by Jarrod: Kaplan Series Kitchen Table
This is another completed "Shotgun Console Table." It was constructed using hybrid mortise and tenon joinery. The legs are made from 126 year old framing lumber from a house near Prytania St in New Orleans. The top and rails were made from antique cypress exterior window casings from another New Orleans home. We estimate the cypress at 100 years or older. Furniture Creations by Jarrod: Shotgun Series Console