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  1. Projects Reclaimed Barn Beam Bench "Calliope"

    A very old barn board is the seat. Pinkish/red epoxy channels and reinforcement in cracks help keep this board straight and together. One leg is another barn board while the other leg is a 10.75" diameter tube steel powder coated grey. Both legs are diagonally supported by triangular barn...
  2. Steampunk/Industrial pipe shelves

    Saw a photo of a pipe and wood shelf on instructables, so I decided to make on. Each section is 4'x5' and is built using 1/2" pipe and red oak boards. Added some gauges, copper, and other things to spice it up and to use as bookends. Not done yet, but it's good for now.
  3. aluminum foot locker w black walnut and copper stitching

    Here is my latest project-nothing special, just made a lid for an old aluminum tote I picked up at an auction for $11. It had a ratty plywood top which I wanted to keep, but was just too far gone and pretty plain, but the underside was cool so instead I turned it upside down and jammed it into...
  4. Industrial Style Reclaimed Wood Pub Tables

    Check out my latest video where I build reclaimed wood industrial style dining tables for a local brewery in Pittburgh PA!
  5. Double Live-Edge Cherry & Copper Pipe Display Table

    Unique display table is made from a big hunk of double live-edge cherry (from a friend's property in Tennessee) and from industrial-grade, three-quarter-inch copper pipe. Table includes two copper pipe shelves. The beautiful and distinctive table top has been finished with clear stain and with...
  6. Contemporary Reclaimed Barn Wood Sliding Door

    Here's a recent build I did using different barn woods from our lot. The customer picked out all of the different pieces at the lot and then I ripped them, jointed the back side, and brad-nailed/adhered them to the birch plywood. when it was fully assembled, our finish guy did a great lacquer...
  7. iPad Pulpit

    Here's an interesting project. This is a pulpit (podium) for iPad. It's made of reclaimed American Chestnut barn wood, steel, aluminum, and calf skin leather. The chestnut came from a barn we call our "Chestnut Barn" that we tore down in Pennsylvania. The patina on the surface was so nice and...
  8. ELECTRONIC ANGLE GAUGE

    Hi guys, here's my finished angle gauge. The LED in the top is red and the one side comes off to change the batteries. Additionally the top threaded contact point is adjustable; it work's great. Also, I thought that I'd mention that I have a gear motor on the way from Florida to make a powered...
  9. Contemporary Reclaimed Barn Wood Side Table

    This contemporary table was one I built for fun. It's made from a reclaimed white oak "door buck" (threshold) from a stack we have at the yard. It's 3" thick and 24"x24". The cube is a 24"x24"x24" steel frame I welded and then had chrome dipped. It's a very simple design. I like having all the...
  10. Sapphire stained Pine Table top with industrial legs

    This Yellow Pine table top sits atop industrial style legs. Anthony used a sapphire tinted stain to give this table a unique look. This reclaimed Pine comes from a barn we dismantled in Basking Ride NJ. The legs are cast iron from an old lathe.
  11. X-leg coffee table

    I made this X-leg coffee table as my entry for the Instagram builder's challenge (@igbuilderschallenge). It's made entirely of pine wood (1×6s and 2×4s) that I stained with Espresso stain. I added black iron pipe as cross supports for the legs using couplings, nipples and end caps to hold it...
  12. Spalted Maple and Steel coffee table

    I just finished this table, and I couldn't be more happy with it. I picked up this slab of hared maple and before I even started to flatten and sand it, I knew it had some beautiful amazing figure. I hand cut the slots for the steel legs to fit into and am happy with the result, but I also know...
  13. Reclaimed Wood Pool House Barn Doors

    Built a set of exterior barn doors for a pool house opening. I used genuine reclaimed barn wood and steel with a simple exterior finish. Each door measures 5' wide 9' tall and 2" thick. There are 4, 4" wide by 1/4" thick strips of steel bolted to the door and a C- Channel on the top and bottom...
  14. Live Edge Walnut Slab Desk

    Hey Guys, I have been working out of that closet for a while now, and it was time to build myself a big boy desk, and I had to "do it big" as they say/ So I grabbed a GIANT American Black Walnut slab and well…waited. I knew I wanted a giant dovetail waterfall side, sort of inspired by Jimmy...
  15. Industrial end table from reclaimed wood

    I had some aged spruce boards, rather than burning them I decided to plane them down and see how they looked. I was pleasantly surprised at their aged appearance. Glued them up, sanded smooth leaving the imperfections for character. Stained with a mini wax walnut, and finished with Helmsman...
  16. Fairy Garden Bridge & Staircase

    My Daughter has asked me to design some Fairy Garden things for her to sell. These are a couple of many items that I've designed for her. Lots of different Fairy Doors etc… The Bridge is 7" Long x 3" high.. The stairs are 6" high. What do you all think.. These will be available "for sale"...
  17. FINISHED OUTFEED TABLE

    Well, here's the final product for my saw extension. There are just a couple of tune-ups required but this is essentially it; it just requires the slots routed into the table for the sled runners. It's not crooked like it looks; the camera perspective just makes it look that way.
  18. Simple Reclaimed Beam Mantle

    This is one of the h4s (hand-hewn four sides) softwood beams from our barn wood lot. The customer picked it out and gave us the dimensions. They wanted it natural (unfinished). It's held up by a red oak french cleat. The cleat sits in a routed out pocket in the back of the beam and is 3/4"...
  19. POWER LIFT FOR COMPUTER STAND

    Here it is, the power computer lift for my original stand finished. It works great. In the one photo you can see the little box with the control switch. It is powered by a 9v. power supply. The drive is a small surplus DC gear head motor. I never liked moving the lid on the hinge that much so...
  20. Another Consul Table

    I got this slab at auction for $20 with another slab off of the same tree. The other is not live edge, different part of the tree, and will make a fine matching coffee table. 1" square tubing metal base with the mesh shelf.
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