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Posts Tagged ‘refurbished furniture

01
Dec

Little Cole here is excited to show off his Old Reclaimed Fishing Lodge Wood and Beams used to make this 3 shelf stand. Built by Jesus Tables top to bottom with all natural materials. No stain was added…the distressing mother nature gave each piece was all left intact including all the cool saw marks when […]

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01
Dec

– Jesus Tables was contacted to build the new downtown Naples Wine Store’s counter height tables and lounge coffee table. The new store is opening this week and the interior is custom brick walls, large wood wine racks all with a rustic look. Through the grape vine, literally, the owner found Jesus Tables to be […]

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30
Nov

1942 Barn Wood Beams From Iowa purchased from Rust Never Sleeps  “RNS” in Ft. Myers A family from Arcadia insisted on having Jesus Tables build them a family heirloom farm table from thick old reclaimed wood barn beams. Jesus Tables bought the perfect selection of barn wood for a table and bench which RNS had […]

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25
Jan

Lisa on the east coast pulled the trigger on a nice distressed 4’x8’ farmhouse table to fit her dining room.  A matching bench w/ backrest went with it sitting at 8’ long also.  The benefit of trestle farm tables are you can wrap you seating all around the table and not be hindered by table […]

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16
Sep

The ever-popular Ebony strikes again…This time a Naples family gets 11.5 ft long 14 seater Trinity Table for their decked out back porch.  Elegant rustic beauty..  The Trinity featured is of course stained in natural Ebony, 3 wide, with breadboards, with distressed legs and minimally distressed top.   Heavy & awesome right Jay?  Thanks so […]

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18
Jul

Justin and his family had a new top built for their pedestal base.  We were given a solid wood base to start with – Then we sanded down the base and painted it with an white linen organic chalk paint and slightly distressed it – Then we built a solid pine top 2” thick to […]

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