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We've spent a lot of time going over a number of options for our tables. As much as possible we want to incorporate re-used, recycled, salvaged content but we were coming up short in the area of tables. We've been scouring craigslist for options and came up with a few things that could have worked but were either cost or labor prohibitive. Reclaimed flooring was the original idea and we immediately stumbled upon some pretty cool fir flooring that had been ripped from an old Boulder house. But the labor cost and time to assemble were too much to overcome. We looked into having some pretty sweet tables custom built from reclaimed teak - only problem was they'd be made in India and shipped over, not real cool as far as we were concerned.
We finally came upon a simple idea courtesy of the fine folks out at Resource.
The solution - birch veneer doors of which there were an abundance of at Resource. Our fine carpenter in-residence for Pica's the next few weeks, Shawn Hoven, gave the thumbs up and got to work right away. Each door produces two tables.
We're pretty psyched about how these are turning out.
The doors housed in our garage.Gluing up the solid wood wrap.
Awaiting the finish.