This salvaged, vintage, industrial design works perfectly in a sophisticated yet casual, urban living space.
The scaffolding boards pictured in this example were simply brushed down and painted on the top surface with a grey paint so that they retained a gritty, raw but slightly less industrial look. They were then finished with a clear matt varnish meaning they can be easily wipe cleaned and are really durable.
Anything you choose to use can be distressed or polished up to create any required finish.
You can contact me via the 'ask seller a question' button before the sale, or the 'contact seller' button after the sale.
Whenever I get the reclaimed boards they're rarely exactly the same length as they've generally been doctored from years of use. I can cut them to any required length, and age the freshly exposed wood so it matches the rest of the finish. They're generally split, damaged, rough, chipped, stained etc and this is what makes them so interesting. You can specify any little detail like this you would like left or removed and I can supply it to your exact specifications.
I will communicate with you throughout the development of the project as I source the components you might require. I can also get brand new boards without any of the signs of wear and tear. Please contact me to discuss any ideas or obtain quotes.
This table can be made to measure to your own specifications. The table pictured here is 240cm long x 76cm tall x 88cm deep but the sky's the limit.
I can make benches or stools to match, the piping can be painted, scaffolding boards could be substituted for reclaimed floor boards, chunky reclaimed timber of any type, toughened glass, sheet metal, wire grills, railway sleepers etc. Whatever you would like I can source and gladly will!
The table pictured here is 240cm long x 76cm tall x 88cm deep. I can make benches or stools to match.