Whether you bought one of our first tables back when Clay was building them in his garage or you just visited our Roswell Showroom last week – do you know how we started building tables?
Clay promised his wife he would build her a table after countless shopping trips finding tables where the price and quality didn’t match. He decided to take it into his own hands and build a table for his family that would last.
The first table Clay built was the Clayton table. A classic, traditional farm table self named.
Now years later your interest in his tables has lead to new designs built and delivered to homes all across America.
The table designs following the Clayton table were the Emerson Trestle, Weston Trestle, Jameson Pedestal, Braylon, and Jameson Trestle.
Clay named his farm tables after his children. Weston is his oldest, Emerson is his middle daughter, and our line of Modern Industrial tables are named after his youngest Braylon.
The Weston table has now evolved into five variations, each maintaining the balustrade design. The farmhouse table base can accommodate many different needs and environments you have. See the Weston Table below ??
The Emerson trestle is one of our more compact trestle designs, maximizing leg room around the table. It’s a quiet workhorse with a classic appearance that doesn’t require too much attention. This farm table is designed for your kitchen or dining experience. See the Emerson Trestle Table below ??
The Braylon Collection is our line of Modern Industrial tables named after Clay’s youngest Braylon. The Braylon Collection offers a wide array of designs to inspire your many unique compositions including desks, dining tables, console tables, side tables, and coffee tables. See the Braylon Conference Table below ??
These signature tables continue to be our most popular and always remind us of how we started. They are timeless pieces that will last.
“We hope one of our designs can become a part of your family’s story.”Clay Adams, founder of rustic trades furniture
- Watch Our Story Video.
- How to Get Started On Your Table!
- Explore the Weston Variations.
- View the Emerson Trestle.
- Browse the Braylon Collection.