Recently finished up this 6’ dining table built with reclaimed Douglas fir from a Fraser Valley barn built in 1931 and has steel legs built by @matsqui_metal_works. This beauty is available so shoot me a message if you’re interested. I can also make matching benches
We’re pouring a ridiculous amount of black @ecopoxy resin tonight for a custom Walnut dining table in the works.
It’s our first time working with @ecopoxy, and we’re crossing our fingers that all goes well. 🤞🏼🤞🏼🤞🏼
Check out our stories for more behind the scenes! 👆🏼
I'm finding mixed reviews on how to glue up my slabs so I've decided I am going to use some biscuits. For those of you that have done this in the past, what is your go to method? Biscuits? Domino's? Just glue? I'm always learning so let me know. @beavercreekcustoms I know you just completed a slab glue up...I'd love your input.
Hard to tell in pictures, but this #liveedge cherry #charcuterie board is nearly 6ft long.
Someone got a little excited with the chainsaw cutting this log, so that’s what the maple patch is all about.
The last picture is of this wood slab before it became a charcuterie board.
Are you looking for a charcuterie board that’s larger than life?