Hard Maple 55 1/2” Table
This collection of distinctive boards comes together to show a range of fine and wide grain patterns, with subtle spalting and a few small, closed knot holes.
U Style Black Steel (powder-coated)
56 1/2”L x 36”W x 29 5/8”H, Top 7/8” thick
Introducing our exquisite Hard Maple 55 1/2” Table – a stunning blend of timeless craftsmanship and natural beauty.
Meticulously handcrafted from high-quality hard maple, this table is a testament to the enduring elegance of solid wood furniture.
Measuring 55 1/2 inches in length, it strikes the perfect balance between functionality and style, making it an ideal addition to any living space or dining area.
Every Forest Table in our collection is Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) Certified.
The hard maple used in crafting this table is renowned for its durability and distinctive grain patterns. Each piece is carefully selected to ensure a uniform and visually appealing surface that showcases the wood’s natural characteristics.
The rich, warm tones of hard maple lend an inviting and sophisticated touch to your home, creating a focal point that effortlessly complements various interior styles.
Precision and attention to detail define the construction of this table, guaranteeing a sturdy and long-lasting piece of furniture.
The 55 1/2” length provides ample space for intimate gatherings or everyday use, making it a versatile and practical choice for both small and large spaces.
Whether you’re hosting a dinner party or enjoying a quiet meal, the Hard Maple 55 1/2” Table promises to be the perfect backdrop for memorable moments.
Elevate your living space with this handcrafted masterpiece that seamlessly marries form and function, embodying the enduring allure of natural hardwood.
It’s rare to find someone in North America who both harvests their lumber from their forest, and crafts tables for sale, but at Forest to Table, I am committed to this unique approach.
We carefully select and cut trees or salvage felled wood, following eco-forestry principles to preserve our forest’s diverse ecosystem.
With the help of small equipment, friends, family, and local businesses, we harvest logs and bring portable sawmills to our property for milling.
Our dedication to sustainability extends through our studio workshop, powered by the solar panels on our roof, and the repurposing of discarded hardwood lumber for heating.