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Our Bartlett Barn Beam Cofee Table is handmade from 120 year old historic barn boards and beams from Iowa. Each board is selected for its unique architectural elements and natural characteristics and joined together to make this a very sturdy and majestic table to be enjoyed for many generations to come.

The table top is made from 1.5" thick boards and the legs are 4" x 6" beams with original Mortise and Tenon cuts incorporated into the design. We add an additional historic touch to all of our tables in using 100 year old reclaimed square head nails to the corners of each table top. The table is completed with a Rustic Pine wax finish which is hand buffed to a soft luster.

Measurements are 26" x 48" x 20". As each table is made to order, other sizes and finishes are available upon request. A dining table version of this table is also available.

Each table is handmade by master furniture craftsman, Christopher McGean in Phoenix, Arizona. He is most recognized for his beautiful reclaimed wood furnishings. Chris' signature furniture pieces like this table emphasize the beauty of the natural grain, saw marks and knot holes from using historic reclaimed wood. Each piece is an original and no two are exactly alike.
Christopher McGean
Heather Macdonald

The Bartlett Barn Beam Coffee Table - Handmade with Reclaimed Wood by Arcadian Cottage

$800.00 USD
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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: reclaimed wood, iron nails, barn wood
  • Made to order
  • Only ships to United States from Arizona, United States.
  • Feedback: 163 reviews
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