My friends’ 1840’s barn collapsed in a storm, and where some folks saw a junk pile…


I saw a gold mine.

From A Collapsed Barn to Heirloom Pieces

  • Barn Wood work desk

    "Wendell Berry" work desk

    Named for the famous Kentucky farmer and writer, the cherry, walnut and oak top of this desk were harvested and milled on a Kentucky farm. 52″H x 20″W x 27″H. Legs disassemble for easy shipping.

    $750 

  • Small Barn Wood Coffee Table

    “My Heart Pines”

    32”L x 15”W x 17”H

    $275

    Heart Pine Barn Wood Table Barn Wood Table with Heart Pine
  • Barn Wood coffee table

    "Squire Boone"

    41”L x 18”W x 17 1/2”H

    SOLD

    rustic Barn wood table Barn wood occasional table
  • Trestle Table & Bench of Barn Wood

    "Trestle Table with Bench"

    60”L x 38”W x 30”H
    Note “live edge” on bench and old saw marks on end of table.
    “The combination of Mack’s creative vision and unfaltering craftsmanship always produces stellar results. My farmhouse table and bench are exactly what I wanted!” Vallorie H., Berea, KY.

    Sold

    Warm light view Close up other Wedge tightener
  • 2-Shelf Table for storage

    "Practical 2-Shelf Table"

    38”L x 19”W x 17”H
    After spending many fruitless hours online looking for the ideal coffee table for his needs, Ron M. of Louisville, KY, found the solution: “Mack understood my needs precisely, and crafted a handsome table from reclaimed barn wood. It was an easy collaboration that resulted in just what I needed,” namely, shelves for TV remotes, writing materials, newspapers, etc.

    Sold

    See-Through View w/ Shelves End View 2-Shelf Table
  • Handmade coffee table

    "Red Oak Coffee Table"

    34”L x 15”W x 17”H
    This unique slab of red oak was milled on the Kentucky farm where it grew for more than 200 years. Supported by barn wood legs, it’s a sturdy, practical and beautiful conversation piece.

    $425

    Natural oak coffee table Barn wood legs show nail holes
  • Red oak has lots of depth

    "V-Notch Red Oak Table"

    44”L x 19”W x 17”H
    This quarter-cut slab of red oak features part of a fork in the 200-year-old-plus tree that was milled on a Civil War era Kentucky farm. 150-year-old nail holes and teeth marks from a wobbly saw give its barn wood legs lots of character.

    SOLD

    The swirling grain of the plank is inspiring Red oak plank table has loads of character
  • A few original nails were left as accents

    "Rustic 4-Hook Coatrack"

    36″W x33″H x 5″D 18 lbs
    Kentucky sawmills in the 1840’s were powerful enough to shape the solid oak barn rafters forming the frame of this piece, but the big blades of the period inevitably wobbled and left semi-circular ridges that lends them character to modern eyes. The “birdsmouth” or bird beak notches were hand-hewn to fit snuggly over the beams holding up the roof. The horizontal planks are roof battens to which the (probable) tin roof was nailed.

    $350

    The rugged aging reveals a long history 150-year-old nails are visible
  • The

    "Rustic 3-Hook Coatrack"

    41″W x33″H x 8″D 20 lbs
    Kentucky sawmills in the 1840’s were powerful enough to shape the solid oak barn rafters forming the frame of this piece, but the big blades of the period inevitably wobbled and left semi-circular ridges that lends them character to modern eyes. The horizontal planks are roof battens to which the (probable) tin roof was nailed.

    $350

    Saw marks add character That's quite a dramatic 'live edge.'
  • Full view Console table

    Rustic Console Table

    63”L x 13”W x 35”H

    SOLD

    Side View w bourbon bottles Open view top shelf console table

If you have an idea for a custom piece, please get in touch. I can build to your desired dimensions and work with practically any budget. Check back often to see my latest creations. Stay safe, and I hope to hear from you.