This is a pair of media tables made from 100 year old oak barn flooring with rusty metal pipe legs.
They measure 5′ wide x 32″ high X 15″ deep, a custom order for Chapel Hill clients.
The oak is out of a barn in Cedar Grove, NC, compliments of the Eno river Association. These cool distressed planks were flooring in one of the old barns at the Albright Farmstead, now Confluence, a natural area maintained by the Eno.
I cleated together 10″ and 5″ pieces to make the shelves and drilled out for the pipes. Steel flanges give the piece strength.