Pub Tables & Barstools

Pub tables make a perfect addition to a man cave or log cabin. The unique live edge cedar legs provide the rustic look that bring the beauty of the outdoors in. You can use your own stools or buy any number from us, as our barstools are a standard height.

MATERIALS:
-->Reclaimed barn wood. The top edging is made of reclaimed barn wood that has been sanded to remove roughness and splinters.
-->Ceramic or stone tiles. The image on the ceramic or stone tiles has been penetrated into the tile to create a permanent, durable image that will not wear off even with use. The tiles and the image can endure heat and cold and regular daily use.
-->Red cedar logs with live edge. The legs and braces on the table are made with red cedar logs that were harvested from the banks of the Missouri river. We keep the bark (live edge) on the tables to provide the "great outdoors" look that brings organic natural beauty into your home. 
-->Poly. The table has been treated with spar poly to protect it from sunlight and moisture. This allows you to use the table without worry (and coaster-free!). Spar poly is also used to treat wooden boats, so this stuff works!

DIMENSIONS:
Pub tables are approximately 36” x 25” x 25” (H x W x D)
Barstools are approximately 26” tall (will hold over 300 lbs)

COSTS:
Pub tables are $250.
Barstools are $75.
We offer a special package of two barstools with one pub table for $350.

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