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True to the unique history in each board, each piece will have its own slightly different stain, distress marks, and grain. Solid will continue to move with temperature and humidity changes, which can result in small cracks and uneven surfaces , adding to its authenticity.

These are modern chairs with a Gun Metal frame using reclaimed barn wood for the seat. It's an ideal piece to add a rustic yet modern touch to your home, kitchen, bar or restaurant. It's very durable and we've built it to last. The wood top is reclaimed, old Growth Douglas Fir that was salvaged from a project of ours. The building was over 170 Years old giving the wood beautiful character. It's very satisfying to use reclaimed wood to produce furniture. It's timeless and unique look and its environmental contribution as a recycled green building material makes the end product special.

*This listing is for *1* Dining Chairs 


The 18" Dining Chair is designed for an average table height of 30" inches.

Designed for Commercial Use; Suitable for Home Use.

  • Seat Dimensions: 16"W x 17"D
  • Base Bottom Dimensions: 16"W x 16.5"D
  • Height of the chair is 32" to the top of the back
  • Base Color Gun Metal Frame

Repurposed Wood Rich in Character and History:

Our reclaimed wood is salvaged from barns around the country. As barns age, their structure becomes compromised but its wood ages beautifully gaining timeless characteristics that make for beautiful furniture. Our wood makes great furniture for your home or business.

Made To Order With High-Quality Standards:

Each chair is made to order with great attention to detail. We take pride in every piece in our shop and we build them as if we were building it for ourselves. We set very high standards before our product is shipped. We want to make sure you are completely satisfied with your selections and we want our products to remain in your family or business for years to come.

Some Assembly Required:

We pre-drill the holes for all the screws and color code them to correspond with each wooden top. All you need is a screwdriver and a couple of minutes of per chair.


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