Oval drop leaf extension table to be built of Walnut with a Maple border.
This table was commissioned by a favorite repeat client for dining and entertaining large groups. It was built entirely of solid walnut and measured 5’2” by 10’2”. The apron and legs featured a recessed design element. We moved the piece into the client’s new larger home and it fit nicely into this room.
These two Drop Leaf Harvest Tables were commissioned in Cherry wood. They are 74” long and 39” wide with the leaves up for dining (a single table will seat six). With the leaves down, each table is a slender 18” wide’- and would make a nice low-profile hallway table.
The tables are built on the vase shaped arch base that coordinates with our arch bench. If you need seating for a crowd on occasion, the two tables placed end to end creates comfortable seating for up to 12 people. The tables can be finished to suit your decor: they can be painted, antiqued, clear coated, or stained to match your palette. As with everything from the Springhouse Woodshop, these were built by hand and constructed to last through a lifetime of daily use.
The bench is an original design by the Springhouse. This one is built by hand out of Pennsylvania Maple wood and finished with black dye and extremely durable Duravar topcoats for a lifetime of use. This piece looks great at the foot of a bed, in front of your favorite sofa as a table, as a shelf for a flat screen TV
Long farmhouse pine-slab dining table with walnut benches for seating
This beautiful table was designed and photographed by Bill Horan, built by the Springhouse Woodshop. Quite a lovely piece with the lower shelf, flared legs, and custom drawer pull (which has a kind of Asian feel or recalls a skateboard, to me at least). Dimensions are 27″ deep x 56″ wide x 17″ high.