Vintage Beer Crate Coolers
These Vintage Beer Crate Coolers make a fun and functional gift for that special someone....or just get one for yourself because they are totally unique and super cool. We have a large supply of vintage crates to choose from, so if any catch your eye - let us know! The crates can either come with or without legs, depending on your preference.
Historic Reclaimed Console Tables
We are fortunate to have acquired of 245 linear feet of reclaimed wood with incredible historic value. The wood is the original floor joists of the Aldrich Building in Grand Rapids, Michigan. The building, and hence the joists, date back to at least 1869. This beautiful building is registered on the National Register of Historic Places.
If you are interested in having a custom-made piece of furniture that has history and character in every fiber, reach out! We have already made dining tables and console tables from this incredible historic lumber. Each piece comes with an engraved plaque identifying the history and source of the wood to ensure its historical integrity is maintained.
Remington Console Bars
This unique console bar features restored, vintage Remington ammunition boxes and wine/liquor bottle storage. The Remington ammunition boxes date to between 1933-1945, after the Remington Arms Company was acquired by Dupont. The rest of the bar is constructed from reclaimed barn wood, which again takes many hours of cleaning and preparation to be usable.
With twisted rebar legs, this piece is both vintage modern and highly sophisticated. The console bar has horizontal storage for 6 bottles, sized to fit most wine bottles and fifths of liquor. The Remington boxes comfortably fit bottles up to 13" tall, providing space for larger bottles. The shelving provides numerous options for displaying glass and barware, allowing you to personalize this piece and truly reflect your tastes.
In addition to the amazing historic lumber we use for commissions, our creativity takes us down unique and unexpected pathways. A sample of our completed works is shown below. Some of these pieces were commissions and others were built purely because we looked at them and thought "ooooohhhh I wonder if.....". Sometimes that's the most exciting thought to have when looking at pieces of history.