Rustic Tables that are handcrafted by our artisans provide charm and elegance to any room. Rustic tables, built from live-edge natural wood slabs and unique burl and curl slabs can go in any room, from a kitchen nook , dining room, to an office or executive conference room. Below, you will find a collection of some of our tables, designed and built for our clients. Each individual piece is designed and handcrafted to your specifications.
Rustic tables can be designed and crafted from reclaimed old growth redwood trees and stumps. These reclaimed old growth redwood trees and stumps were left behind from turn-of-the-century logging. Left behind logs and stumps slowly decaying on the forest floor, hold hidden treasures in their unique grain patterns such as burl, curl, marbling, color tone, other grain movement and natural live edge. On first glance, many who look at these decaying logs and stumps cannot see the hidden beauty, but on closer inspection, the beauty within is revealed. The hidden treasure is buried within patterns and imperfections of the wood, and as we cut these logs and stumps into live edge slabs, we discover the beauty of patterns that create our natural burl furniture. Rustic table are one type of burl furniture. Rustic tables come in many shapes, sizes and tree species. At Littlebranch Farm, we work with live edge wood slabs, reclaimed redwood burl, maple burl, black walnut and many other species to create our artistic rustic table. Here are some examples of rustic tables created by our artists.
Each live-edge table has its own charm in natural wood furniture. The character of the wood slab is maintained and the natural beauty is preserved in detail. Whether you’re looking for a rustic table for the dining room, a conference table that seats 10, a coffee table, or an accent table for your living room, the artisans at Littlebranch Farm can craft that perfect, one of a kind piece.
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The recommended average relative humidity level is between 35% and 45%. This range will provide the best comfort for your family, while helping to protect your musical instruments, drywall, wood furniture and other belongings or materials from the damaging effects of dryness or excessive moisture.
As relative humidity levels actually fluctuate depending on climate and air temperature, I’ve provided an average range to make it simpler to follow. How a home handles humidity depends on many factors including design, construction, vapor retarders and how airtight the building is. You can learn more about relative humidity by following the links provided here.
During cold winters, your heating system can make the air in your home very dry and uncomfortable for you. This dryness can also cause solid wood items to crack. To improve the air quality, you can add a humidifier to those rooms where you spend the most time, or you can install a whole house humidifier to your heating system.
In the summer when you are not heating and depending on the climate in your area, there may be too much moisture in your home, which can cause damaging mildew. To control for excessive moisture, you need a dehumidifier, which removes unwanted humidity.