Custom Farm Tables & Modern Industrial Furniture

2 Of Our Most Popular Designs This Season

Our Walnut Live Edge and Parota Live Edge Tables are some of the most sought after table styles this season. If you are looking for a table that is authentic, scarce, and something you won’t find anywhere else this is for you.

Every table we offer is custom, specifically built to your needs.  A Live Edge table has vastly different character than a farm table, and the customization process is different for you, here’s how.

Each Live Edge table is unique to the tree it is sourced from. The grain, curved edges, and rich character is specific to the hand picked slab and the style customizations you choose.

When you’re shopping for a Live Edge, you have the option between a Natural Walnut Live Edge table or a Parota Live Edge table. 

The Natural Walnut Live Edge is a mixture of the Western and Rustic Furniture Styles. The slab is cut as a slice from a tree including the natural curve and exterior of the trunk. It is crafted out of Walnut Hardwoods that have light and dark brown tones.

You can customize a Natural Walnut Live Edge top to be crafted of one slab, multiple flitches, or with a supplemented middle and added Live Edge exterior.

The Parota Live Edge is otherwise known as exotic Guanacaste indigenous to Costa Rica. It is one of the largest species in the world. Parota slabs have rich amber tones surrounded with a light exterior.

Unlike Live Edge, Parota slabs are sourced only as a single slab. Typically rectangular yet more rarely you can find them as a round cross cut.

This table design is incredibly versatile. We have built custom Live Edge tables for dining rooms, modern offices, conference rooms, and communal spaces.

As you can see, these tables are highly customized and transform any environment they are placed in.

Are you ready to get started customizing your very own Live Edge table? Learn more about our process and explore our online offerings.

Comments (2):

  1. Gary Irving

    February 11, 2020 at 10:33 am


    Pretty nice stuff. Glad to see you are doing so well.

    Gary Irving

    • Rachel Summerrow

      February 11, 2020 at 10:48 am

      Hi Gary!

      Thanks for your kind words – I’ll share them with Clay.

      Rachel and Team RTF


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