Finding a market in reclaimed wood for restaurant tables and interiors
April 20, 2017 | 12:44 pm CDT
TimeWorn Wood specializes in handcrafting fine reclaimed and rescued wood table tops, communal dining tables and wall coverings for restaurants, bars, cafes and offices.
In addition to square, rectangle and round restaurant table tops, the company can provide custom sizes and shapes to maximize usable space. For accommodating a large group, TimeWorn offers a line of restaurant furniture that includes communal dining tables and benches.
All of the company's products are made to order and crafted by hand and with machines. Reclaimed lumber is sourced from century-old barns, pioneer log cabins and commercial structures. The rescued wood comes from dead-standing trees or trees that are saved from the blade of a bulldozer.
The Atwater, Minnesota-based TimeWorn Wood crafts tables for small coffee shops and cafes to large restaurants and bars all across the country. Last May, TimeWorn built a special restaurant tabletop especially as a display piece for the National Restaurant Association Trade Show in Chicago. The rustic patina oak table top measured 32”x96,” was 1.75” thick, and had an industrial steel base with rustic oak queen posts. After the show, the reclaimed wood table was donated to a local family as a gesture of good will.
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