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Upcycled Industrial Cart Coffee Table

12 Dec

One off industrial style coffee table on wheels. Base is a very old steel cart/dolly. Heavy steel base with nice patina, rusty colored finish. Has 4 heavy duty casters, one on each corner and rolls around with ease. Steel frame serves as the base as uses original rough cut wood in original finish and patina. Steel risers were made and welded to the base to support the top, which is attached with 4 carriage bolts. Top surface is a nice piece of reclaimed wood which was recently salvaged. Appears to be a section of an old work bench. Very nice heavy duty wooden top, approximately 1″ thick slats which was lightly sanded, stained with Early American stain and finished with multiple coats of Minwax Antique finish. Original patina and wear was intentionally preserved.

Very nice, original statement piece with room below to store your magazines, books, etc.

Dimensions: 48″ long, 20″ wide, 15″ high

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Repurposed Industrial Factory Cart Coffee Table

5 Mar

 

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Vintage industrial factory cart. All original. Very heavy, solid wood with original cast iron wheels. These are becoming very popular for use as coffee tables and statement pieces. They’re also becoming very hard to find. Cart was left with original patina and not refinished. It has perfect patina, which refinishing would ruin. It was thoroughly cleaned and polished with a clear wax to preserve the finish.

Size:36″ long x 26″ wide x 9″ high

Available for sale locally (Portsmouth, VA) or in our Etsy shop. Click here for the full listing.

Any questions, just ask.

Buyers outside the lower 48 states, please contact us for shipping quote before making payment.
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Rustic Coffee Table, Factory Cart Inspired with Reclaimed Barn Board

10 Feb

Here’s a pretty unique coffee table we just finished, inspired by the industrial factory carts that have become so popular recently. I’ve had some ideas for doing one of these, but as with all of our tables, I find a piece here and there and then pretty much let the table design itself. The wheels are about 18″ in diameter and were a cool flea market find. Some old steel wagon wheels with lots of nice patina. The base of the table was made with new wood and stained with a Kona stain and finished in tung oil finish. The top surface is all reclaimed barn boards that I salvaged from an old horse stable recently torn down. The table is pretty heavy duty. I used a piece of 1″ black iron pipe to make the axle and capped it at each end. One end is welded on, the other screws off so the wheels are removable to make it easier to put away if need be. The front legs are made from 1/2″ square tubing and the corners were finished off with 1″ angle iron, which will get some nice patina over time or can stay shiny if you want to spray some clear coat to protect the finish.

Dimensions: 42″ long, 18″ wide, and approx. 18″ highreclaimed barn board table

Available now in our Etsy shop. $250

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