One of the growing trends in home decor is adding the natural element of a rustic table. Live edge wood slabs or reclaimed wood is the natural choice. A rustic table will complement any home decor. The warmth and beauty of a live edge wood slab or the deep rich patina of reclaimed wood. Whether it is a coffee table, dining table or accent table the design options are limitless. One of the unique tables in this style is a salvaged root base with a glass top.
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We tend to think of a rustic table as only fitting in a log home or timber frame home decor. Well, the world of design has collided the world of rustic and modern creating a rustic modern decor. This style incorporates a rustic table or bar top crafted out of reclaimed wood or live edge wood slabs. A reclaim wood wall, barn doors will also enhance a rustic modern decor. The end result is a beautiful mesh of rustic, medieval, and contemporary design.
Claro walnut rustic table supported by the industrial metal base.
Live edge table
One of the most popular styles of a rustic table is a live edge table. This style is designed and crafted around the natural curvature of the tree. The natural edge also is known as the live edge. We specialize in using solid one piece live edge wood in our custom furniture. We seek out highly figured wood slabs with burl, knots and other wood grain patterns and color tones.
Littlebranch Farm has been designing and crafting live edge tables since 2001.Our first tables were several pieces glued together with a live edge on the sides. In 2002 we crafted our first solid wood slab live edge table. It was an old growth redwood burl wood slab harvested from a salvaged root system left on the forest floor. Over the years we have honed our skills and now we are a leader in the rustic furniture industry. We seek out some of the best wood slabs to us in our projects. All of our wood is native to the USA. We strive to us only wood slabs that are harvested from dead standing trees or log and root systems left on the forest floor. Check knots and other natural defects are part of the rustic furniture. In each piece, we strive to bring out the natural character found in the wood slab.
With a large inventory of wood slabs in stock from the pacific northwest, we are bound to have what you need. We offer redwood, maple, black walnut, western cedar, and claro walnut. We also offer twisted juniper, driftwood and root base. Yes, the wood slabs are for sale finished or unfinished please call the studio or email for more info.
Care for your custom natural wood slab table.
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.