Named after the Seattle based Bering Sea Crab Fishing boat we salvaged the wood from (off her deck). She's a monster of a table at 11 feet long and nearly four feet wide. The base is a blackened steel nod to the boats which inspired her. Taking the shape of the bow and the waves.
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Crab boat wood salvaged from the Jennifer A.
Personal sized bar from an expansion tank salvaged from a radiant heat system in a house. A UW frat house, in fact, so a place to hide the booze made the most sense to us!
Holds two standard bottles, two shot glasses, two snifters, and two tumblers.
It's available and connects to our "Tube and Board" shelving system in the store section.
First commissioned by a client of our who just happens to love crows. We liked it so much we decided to make a couple more. The light it emits is very gentle. Shown is a blackened steel finish. It is easy to mount and adapts to any junction box.
The rarity and red rustic color of Amelia is what makes her exceptional. Our Amelia gas station butcher block kitchen island is built using a 1960's airport gas pump. Use it as a food prepping station and add instant surface space and storage to your kitchen. Complete with a custom-sized wooden butcher block top, over-sized drawer with matching pull, french hinged cupboards, towel rack, shelves and working gas meter. One of a kind!
Oh if a wall of shelves could talk. This piece has been all over. Living its life as a plumbing parts shelf, then moved to a factory where we found it and removed over 1500 lbs. of steel from it! Its so famous it even saw a little mention in Northwest Home Magazine. You don't have enough stuff to fill this piece. One of a kind!