Live Edge Tables

Woodworking and carpentry production. Elm slab coffee table. Close-up. Furniture manufacture

Live edge tables can be the right choice for you if you’re seeking furniture that will make a statement in any room of your home. Live edge tables have been around since the dawn of time. They were a cost-effective and time-efficient approach to create usable, long-lasting furniture. During the construction of their dwellings, early… Continue reading Live Edge Tables

Pine Slabs: Woodworking Tips

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Pine slabs are one of the most prevalent softwood species found in today’s home centers. There are several varieties of pine to pick from when woodworking, but they all tend to get lumped together and are often seen as being good only for building shelving, framing, or other projects not typically associated with fine woodworking.… Continue reading Pine Slabs: Woodworking Tips

Monkey Pod Wood: What Can It Be Used For?

Amazing table made of large lacquered textured live edge monkey pod wood slab for dining room on blue background close view from above

Monkey Pod wood is a popular choice for custom projects due to its numerous desirable properties. This beautiful, long-lasting wood is perfect for furniture, ornamental pieces, carvings, and other exquisite handcrafted items. Monkey Pod wood possesses many of the attributes that woodworkers value. Here, we’ll look at the advantages of Monkey Pod wood and what… Continue reading Monkey Pod Wood: What Can It Be Used For?

Uses For Black Walnut Wood

Black walnut wood is a long-lasting hardwood that has historically been used to make furniture, flooring, and even musical instruments. It comes in a rich brown color with black streaks and is widely available. This post discusses some of the best uses for black walnut wood in projects! Blacks Walnut trees have been around for… Continue reading Uses For Black Walnut Wood

Custom Furniture: Is It Worth It?

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“We saw this table or piece of furniture in the store or on a website, but can you construct it for us?” Questions like this are pretty common for us. We can absolutely make something similar, but there is a good chance it will be at a higher price than what you saw for the… Continue reading Custom Furniture: Is It Worth It?

Why Use Live Edge Wood For a Table?

Modern live edge elm slab coffee table with inner knot in bizarre pattern shape and tree rings. Table top on metal support

When building a modern dining or living area, live edge wood furniture is a must. It is the perfect way to spruce up any space in your home! We are here to answer many of the common questions that we receive about live edge options so that you can feel confident in your choice. Live… Continue reading Why Use Live Edge Wood For a Table?

The Best Wood for Indoor Furniture

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Wood is stunning, versatile, lively, and durable. It can survive generations with proper maintenance. This is why finding high quality timber for your next project is crucial! Reclaimed Secrets is here to help you find the perfect wood for your DIY needs. How do I choose the best wood? The ideal wood for furniture depends… Continue reading The Best Wood for Indoor Furniture

Is Custom Made Furniture More Expensive?

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It’s tempting to scroll through Pinterest boards and fantasize about a home redesign complete with a farmhouse-inspired dining set and copper inlaid shelving. Whether you want to try your hands at a DIY project or commission an artisan creation, custom furniture is the best way to fill your home with something one-of-a-kind. But, as easy… Continue reading Is Custom Made Furniture More Expensive?

All You Need to Know About Live Edge Wood

Macro closeup wood after coating with epoxy resin. Process of making a craft resin and wood table

Live edge wood is a popular way to add unique pieces to your rustic decor. Lumber is typically cut straight, sanded, and smoothed before it’s used. Live edge wood slabs, on the other hand, look more natural. The edges are left rough and unfinished, the same way they came out of the tree. Demand for… Continue reading All You Need to Know About Live Edge Wood

Live Edge Tables

Fantastic texture of large lacquered live edge suar wood slab with knot extreme closeup

The term live edge refers to the unfinished and natural edge of the woodwork. Compared to the usual traditional sharp, neat and clean lines in wooden tables, live-edge tables retain the natural beauty and structure from the tree. For instance, maintaining the natural look of the wood, such as the cracks, knots and shallow holes.… Continue reading Live Edge Tables