Held together by exposed steel rods and accented by the history in the cracks and nail holes, this wood has just entered a new stage in its life cycle from towering conifer to beams in a factory. Now as a table, it can't wait to get full of scratch marks and dings to be passed down a few generations. The beams in this table are big enough to kill a viking, and heavy. The tapered legs are attached permanently to each end piece. You might want to hide under it next San Francisco earthquake. Luckily, if you live in a fifth-floor walk-up, it also explodes into four pieces.
Sit on it. Sit under it. Listen to it. Love it. And, most of all, eat all over it.
Made with Lilah Crews-Pless.