Do You Know What Goes Into Building Your Hardwood Table?
Steps In Building Hardwood Tables
Throughout history, social customs and the times inevitably determined the evolution of the dining room table. In ancient times tables were simply metal or stone platforms used to keep items off the floor. Later, Greeks and Romans made more frequent use of tables, primarily for eating. Tables were composed of marble, wood, or metal.
In societies demanding mobility, tables were simple wooden boards placed on small horses. More permanent communities, such as monasteries, had larger, heavier tables. The refectory table derived its name because it was used for dining. In the 17th century, it became more common for people to eat in dining rooms and tables began to take multiple forms.
Today, dining room tables come in a wide range of materials, shapes and sizes. The Amish Furniture House has chosen skilled Amish craftsmen to create beautiful, quality dining room tables, for families everywhere to join in meals together. Make your table as special as the people who dine there!
To help you create that perfect traditional dining room, the Amish woodworkers Amish wood shops went beyond the surface detailing on these tables. These Amish made tables offer a solid one inch thick table top with rugged hardwood About Wood construction. Give us a call, we will be happy to custom size your table. You can ask for solid top tables too!