Ultimately, we want your table to be yours in every way. We understand that your purchase is of the utmost importance so we focus on the specifics of what you want in your new piece.
On each product page there is a “CUSTOMIZE NOW” button that will provide you with an array of options including size, finish, wood species, and even the level of rusticness. The aesthetic details are all up to you.
Once you’ve made your custom selections, your project receives the sole attention of our craftsmen, who bespoke engineer each farm table, desk and barn door from scratch in one of our shops located in Georgia and Colorado.
Our custom options are as follows:
First you start with one of our dining table models. Our farm tables are named by their base design, not the top. Once you pick the model/base you like then we can start with the customization.
This is easy. We offer 4 types to top shapes: Rectangle, Round, Square and Oval. Some shapes are limited to the model and visa versa- For instance, if you like a round top, please be sure to select a pedestal option. (Jameson or Weston… And depending on how large of a round, we may recommend a double or triple pedestal!) We also offer Live Edge Slab tops… Please call us if you are interested.
We offer standard sizes for all of our dining table models and shapes. However, if you are looking for a unique size to compliment your space, we will be happy to build based on your custom specs! In the “Customize Now” section of the table model, select “custom” and enter your custom dimensions.
Our color options are a combination of wood species and coloring. We use three different types of hardwood for our tops: Cherry (Standard), Walnut, White Oak, and Reclaimed Oak. Each of these species have different color options. Here they are:
The top style is the difference in the personality of the farm table top. We offer a few different styles in two categories.
Farm Category- The “Farm” Top is built to a generous thickness of 2 3/4 inches. The farm top is constructed on a frame or skirt with visible seams between each board, and cross boards on each end that we refer to as the bread boards.
Slab Category- Our Seamless Slab is built with thicker material and constructed without a skirt or frame. Each board runs the length of the entire dining table and is joined together to create a seamless, smooth top. The Seamless Slab looks like one clean, solid piece of wood.
We believe that our farm tables are only as rustic as the wood we use to build them. Many people have different expectations of what a rustic table looks like so it is important that you understand what level of rusticness you are ordering. We have created three categories of rusticness that you can choose when placing an order. Each level requires more or less attention from our creative craftsmen. Our material arrives with varying amounts of knots and holes in each board. Wood material is heavy and takes a lot of time to sift through to find the right board for our customers preference. So, finding ONLY boards with no holes and very few knots is very difficult and time consuming. This is why we charge a small fee for each level of rusticness.
We are often asked if we can build leaf extensions for your dining table, and the answer is yes! We have designed a leaf system that allows for easy extensions to create more space and comfortability around the table for all of your guests. It’s a simple set up, and adds no hassle to dinner party preparation.
Our optional leaf system is 12″ extensions for farm tables that are 5′ or longer. Our leaves require a certain dining table length to ensure design strength and sturdiness. Please note that we are unable to add leaves to round or oval dining tables.
After you select your dining table model, the option to add leaves will be available when you choose to “Customize now.”