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Cottage style plank top Historical colors Additional leg styles available Custom sizes Cottage Style Farm Table

Affectionately know as the ”Potting Shed Table”these beautiful cottage style farm tables have taking months to perfect there historical finishes and colors. You have seen such farm tables in various magazines like Southern Living, Veranda, Martha Stewart Living etc. With bright and wonderful Greens and Mediterranean blues and White washed finishes and wondered “were do I find a Farm Table like that” Artist Jaryd Walley has drawn his experience as a former  scenery & prop maker in Hollywood California to create the most authentic cottage style finishes. Now you can order these beautiful farm tables you only see in magazines on our web site and know you are getting the real thing. All our farm tables are custom finished by Artist Jaryd Walley handcrafted by true artisans. You can turn your farm table upside-down and will be just as beautiful as the top. We here at Mobili Farm Tables feel that are farm tables are the very best you can own and passionate about what we build.

Jaryd, Our table has just been delivered. It is ALL and more than we anticipated. Your craftsmanship and artistry is truly a gift. It has been such a pleasure working with you. From our first phone conversation – you totally understood what we wanted. This lovely farmhouse table will become a family heirloom. Thank You. Anne Moosseau Fort Saint Lucie, Florida

 

 Solid Oak Seat 16″ x 19 3/4″ x 18″H Sea Grass 15 1/2″ x 18 1/4″ x 18″H Back 44 1/2″H Custom colors and stains Made in USA

 Farmhouse Ladder Back Dining Chair

Farmhouse ladder back chair Oak posts are placed in a vat of boiling water and then placed in a row of forms that bend the posts at just the right spot!  They stay in our dry kiln for 48 hours and when removed have a perfect bend. To make the farmhouse ladder back dining chair more comfortable a portion of the front posts is shaved off so they will not dig into your back. Technique called “swelled joint construction “. Swelled joint construction is a technique of furniture construction borrowed from Shaker design. Moisture content in the lumber is closely monitored, when at the right point the wood is made into base pieces. Larger posts (front and back posts) have higher moisture content than the smaller posts (rungs). With the variance in moisture content, the small posts swell as they absorb moisture from the larger posts and the larger posts shrink as they lose moisture to smaller parts making a much tighter fit than if they had been glued.

Solid Oak Seat 16″ x 19 3/4″ x 18″H Sea Grass 15 1/2″ x 18 1/4″ x 18″H (Tall)Back 44 1/2″H (Small)Back – 36″H Custom colors and stains Made in USA

 Cottage Ladder Back Chair

Cottage ladder back chair with oak posts are placed in a vat of boiling water and then placed in a row of forms that bend the posts at just the right spot!  They stay in our dry kiln for 48 hours and when removed have a perfect bend. To make the cottage ladder back chair more comfortable a portion of the front posts is shaved off so they will not dig into your back. Technique called “swelled joint construction “. Swelled joint construction is a technique of furniture construction borrowed from Shaker design. Moisture content in the lumber is closely monitored, when at the right point the wood is made into base pieces. Larger posts (front and back posts) have higher moisture content than the smaller posts (rungs). With the variance in moisture content, the small posts swell as they absorb moisture from the larger posts and the larger posts shrink as they lose moisture to smaller parts making a much tighter fit than if they had been glued.