Looking to make or buy your own reclaimed wood furniture for your yard or home? Check out these fantastic designs made by Beneath the Bark. Each piece is unique and beautiful, not to mention, sturdy! So in preparation for my daughters out door wedding this September, I knew I needed a few key pieces that would blend in nicely with the forest wedding theme I was trying to create. Here they are, and may I say, they were absolutely stunning at the wedding, and were a huge hit!
This bistro table top is 30” x 30”. The top is made from old cedar fencing, newly sanded and stained. The legs are made from trees from our very own forest, which had died and had to be cut down. Now that the wedding is over and I don’t need a sign-in table , I will look around for four metal bar stools as companion pieces to use in an outdoor dining vignette.
So these are two tables placed together to create one, long head table for the bride, groom and their families. Each table measures 40” wide and 72” in length. They really are the perfect sized tables!
This cake table has the same dimensions as the sign in table, but with its own intricate design!
The Living room area has two amazing wood sofas, measuring 8 feet long and 2 feet wide.
Look at the close up of Dann & Amy’s workmanship! I was simply crazy over the nails!
Although I love my wrought iron table, sometimes it just isn’t big enough, so Dann built me this great, custom-fit table top. Two different looks and two different sizes, all in one table! This is perfect on my deck, but for the wedding we had it set up in the forest as the DJ table.
A close up of the back. Basically, I have a one inch leeway (from the original size of the wrought iron table) all the way around the wood.
So if you are handy with the tools, one of these pieces may be just what you are looking for. However, if are not up to learning to build furniture, or are too busy as I was and would rather outsource it, definitely contact Beneath the Bark and order you own beautiful custom made wood furniture! All their furniture is made from reclaimed fencing, barns, or old city play structures. The prices are very reasonable and their workmanship is outstanding. What a stunning addition to any home or yard, all beautiful by design!