Rather than producing coffee tables in a set style, I look for interesting pieces of wood and other materials to make one off items. Chunky and solid, these coffee tables are made entirely from reclaimed wood and will last a lifetime. Being handmade and given the nature of their construction, each table is totally unique.
The tables on this page have been sold, contact me with your requirements if you would like me to build you one.
Floorboard, slate and pier coffee table
Coffee table made out of floorboards reclaimed from a Somerset manor house and a piece of ornately engraved slate that was part of a fireplace surround from a Welsh cottage. The legs are oak posts from a Welsh farm and the frame is made from the deck from the old Weston-Super-Mare pier, salvaged after the 2008 fire.
Given the unique nature of the materials in this table, this is a ‘one of a kind’ table.
- Height: 34.5cm
- Length: 107cm
- Depth: 64cm
Warehouse joist coffee table
Chunky coffee table made from joists reclaimed from an old warehouse on Bristol’s harbourside. The frame is made from 4 x 2″ beams that have been mortised into the legs (which were cut from an old gatepost). This is a very heavy table!
- Height 45cm
- Width 83cm
- Length 120cm
Slate, teak and pine topped coffee table
Stripy coffee table with legs made from oak posts. The frame is teak reclaimed from a bridge in Wiltshire and some old joists. The top is scaffold boards, teak (from the above bridge) and slate from a Welsh quarry.
- Height 37cm
- Width 63cm
- Length 100cm
These coffee tables have been sanded to a very smooth finish whilst leaving the interesting features in the wood intact, reminders of its previous use and signs of age. Unless specified they have had several coats of Danish oil to protect and enhance the natural grain and signs of distress.
If you want to commission or order a coffee table, get in touch with your ideas.