Rustic Conference Table

This unique, rustic conference table design is handcrafted by the talented woodworkers of Woodland Creek Furniture.  Most of our 250+ dining tables can be made large enough to double as a conference or office table.  We once built a 39′ solid wood, live edge rustic conference table for the Nevada Bar Association in Las Vegas.  We also built a very large, twenty four foot long barn wood office table for one of Microsoft’s offices in Dallas, Texas.   Custom conference and office tables are one of our specialties.  And if you desire “unique” then you have found the right company as our company was built on desire to offer some of the most unique furniture designs available in the marketplace.

The rustic conference table shown in the image features a twisty log trestle base.  Each log was shaped and scribed to create a base the appears to have grown that way.  The top is a thick slab of solid redwood.   We work with most wood species including alder, maple, walnut, ash, oak, pine and cedar.  Have a favorite wood species?  Let’s talk about it as we are located in beautiful northern Michigan and surrounded by some of the finest hardwoods found on this earth.  Woodland Creek is also a direct importer of many exotic and rare woods such as rosewood, mappa burl, meh, and tamarind.

This rustic conference table is a Woodland Creek Furniture exclusive design.  It is made in our workshop by our men.  No two could ever be exactly alike, but each will be a statement piece for your office or home.

Our customer service representatives are here seven days a week from 10:00 to 6:00 Eastern Standard Time to answer questions or provide shipping quotes.  Call or email us today to discuss your project.  If you email, be sure to include the desired size and your zip code, so we may provide a complete quote.

Rustic Conference Table
Item Number: DT01031
Custom Sizes Available

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