Reclaimed Wood Square Cafe Dining Table

Featuring chunky legs positioned on the corner to maximise space for seats.

Each table is exclusively handcrafted in the UK by our cabinetmaker team from thick planks of solid salvaged pine.

The table shown in the picture is 75 cm x 75cm square table popular with many cafes & restaurants ( where multiples are being ordered they can be made to a bespoke size).  It is finished with a mid brown wax giving a pale honey coloured appearance.

You can remove the legs from the table for easy access or storage, with simple tools if required.

The lead time is approximately 6 weeks from order.  Please ask if you have a specific deadline.

Different finishes are available if required, please ask.

Please allow for a little tolerance in lengths and widths due to the fact that the timber is reclaimed. Dimensions may vary by 1-5cm.


75cm square

Delivery Charges

Please call us for a delivery quotation; we are unable to supply delivery quotations for dining tables online.


Do call us to place an order – a 50% deposit will be payable with your order and the balance will be payable prior to delivery.

We are happy for you to order online but the full payment will be made at checkout in this instance. We would contact you within 24 – 48 hours to let you know your delivery price.

Table tops are supplied simply sanded. We recommend waxing for a beautiful, natural finish.  Please ask if you would like us to apply wax to your table top.

Product Information

Please read the following information carefully before ordering:

  • These tables are full character and are not ‘perfect’. The timber is reclaimed and there will be marks, cracks & splits, other blemishes and imperfections. The timber is not grade ‘A’ quality… it is carefully selected to be a characterful as possible. Salvaged wood may have come from old buildings and therefore have nail holes, hammer marks, historic paint traces and so on.
  • The salvaged timbers used are from rough-hewn reclaimed timber, which will be variable in grain, texture and colour.  Knots, cracks, dark marks, rusty spots, unevenness within the planks and variations in coloring are all part of the character of the table.
  • Each plank in the table top will be unlikely to be exactly the same in grain, colour or texture. Reclaimed timber may have nicks, saw marks, sanding marks, old nail holes and other various signs of its previous use.  Filler in a sympathetic colour may be used in areas also we may use dowels or blocks to fill larger holes or knots.
  • Exact dimensions vary.  Allow up to four cm tolerance within measurements quoted.
  • As the timber is reclaimed there can be slight movement, you may find that you need to pop a felt pad under one leg for example to address a wobble.
  • The table top is unlikely to be entirely flat and level…. you may find that in areas a dinner plate will (perhaps) not sit entirely flat.  Planks within the table top may be slightly cupped and bowed when you first take delivery AND this may occur over time also.
  • Areas of the table may have been heavily sanded creating rounded shallows and dips, these can also be found on the edges of the furniture.
  • The solid timbers used will expand and contract,  this is a natural and normal feature.  You may need to add a little wax at home to cover any shrinkage or cosmetic cracks.
  • Do not sit your table on a floor with under floor heating when it is first delivered, the extremes of heat may cause sudden drying of the timbers in your table and this could result in cracking. If you use under floor heating please be cautious and use it on a low setting for this first period.  The same applies for tables positioned in a warm and sunny room such as a conservatory or south/east facing window.
  • Extremes of temperature must be avoided for the first 8-12 weeks until you table has settled in.
  • We recommend that should you choose not to seal your table that you use protection on the surface of your table such as waterproof covers, coasters and place mats.
  • If you choose to seal your table with wax or varnish then this will be water resistant and stain resistant but NOT waterproof and stain proof, you must take use protective covers on your table to prevent damage.
  • If you choose to wax your table the wax will need to be re-applied periodically to keep up the protection and to reseal it.  We recommend this be done every 1 to 6 months.  If your table is waxed it can be wiped with a wrung out damp cloth and then immediately dried with a soft cloth.
  • If we deliver your table there will only be one man on the delivery, you will need to supply someone strong at your delivery address to take the other end of the furniture.
  • If you are seeking a perfect table then it is highly probable that our tables may not be for you.  Our tables are carefully designed to be very rustic and will not be perfect. We wish to emphasize that this is inherent to the design and for us allows the salvaged timbers to look ‘reclaimed’ and that this is what is beautiful about them.

For all of our delivery options, please see our Delivery T&C’s

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