A "Harvest Table" is defined as a table with four corner legs and skirting. "Harvest Tables" tends to be the "catch-all" definition for almost all our style of tables... we encourage you to check out all our other styles as well!
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Our Harvest Tables come with the option of straight, turned, tapered (with a notch), cabriole, or custom made legs.
Standard width is 42" but can be changed to any dimensions (36" is typical for narrower spaces, 48" for large tables).
Optional leaves (18" per side; for a total of 3 ft additional table length) slide in on heavy-duty hardwood rails on the ends. We don't do drop-leaves (or designs that store under the table when not in use) as we find those designs too flimsy. We provide caps made of matching grainery board to hide the cavities when leaves are removed.
The 2 inch tops are made from reclaimed barn floor boards, also called threshing floor boards. The perpendicular bread edge boards on the ends ensure authentically distressed barn board edges on all sides. Any hand-hewn beams come from the structure of an old barn. Legs are made from original barn wind brace beams, which support the large, structural beams in a pioneer barn. All 1" thick material we use is from an old barn's interior grainery room, also called grainery boards.