At Saltwoods, everything we do is custom. Each table is created to your exact specifications. Products listed online act as guidelines for design style and possible options. You are encouraged to visit our showroom to see the various wood types, finishes, colors, build types, and get an idea of the right sizing you need.
Samples can be created and delivered for purchase only. Please give us a call and we can have one made up, but we suggest that our clients stop by our showroom to see them in person.
Yes. We always recommend a company board as it is structurally the strongest and always tears our hearts to cut through the grain of beautiful reclaimed wood. Please see our tab entitled ‘company boards’ to see how these work.
The oil/wax blend we recommend is a soft natural finish that shows off the beauty and characteristics of the wood grain while resisting liquid well, and your table can be cleaned with mild soap and water. The oil/wax finish requires several early reapplications within the first year, and every few months after the first year to better protect the table surface. Varnish creates a hard finish product that is resistant to scratches and dings and requires little maintenance. Check out our care and maintenance page for more information.
Breadboard ends are a narrow piece of wood mechanically joined to the end of a table for added structure, stability, as well as design. They help prevent the wood from cupping and will keep the table flat. Typically we recommend breadboard ends for trestle tables, as they have large overhangs and lack the skirt and apron that add structural support.
Yes! We fabricate the metalwork right here in the shop, and we are happy to work with you to complete your custom table. You can pick out your metal base on our table leg styles page.
Absolutely. We are happy to fill custom orders and we can walk you through our choices of wood and recommend the size/style of table top that will work best with your chosen base.
Absolutely. Let us know what your dream table looks like, and we’ll let you know right away if we can build it.
Yes. In order to color match the only information we need is the brand and name of stain you’d like. Custom stains and paints will incur a 15% surcharge to the order total. Simply give us a call to discuss how we can get the color sample here.
The supply of reclaimed wood varies as to what is currently on the market. Readily accessible in New England are oak, heart pine, spruce, hemlock, and some chestnuts as these were popular building materials throughout New England and the east coast. We can and will source other reclaimed woods from the mid-west and west coast if desired; redwoods, mesquite burls, cypress, and more.
Please see our table seating guide for more information. Please keep in mind that this is a guide. Chairs vary greatly as some have side arms, some are wide and plush, and some are narrow. *Hint = generally, 24-30’’ per person to sit comfortably.
Industry standards are usually:Seat height: 18”-19’’ for dining tables, 24” for counter stools, and 30” for bar stools”Table top heights: dining table 30”, counter height: 36”, bar height: 42”
Absolutely. Any table can be built to custom specifications. Just let us know!
Yes, shipping is $250+ nationwide, depending on the order size and distance.
Shipping depends on location and the size of the order. We will let you know the exact shipping cost before the order is confirmed. Generally, shipping is $80 for the Boston Metro area and $250+ for nationwide.
Yes. Our shippers will contact you beforehand to schedule a delivery time.
Not at the moment. We sell direct to the end customer and thus guarantee the lowest price possible. We are looking for dealers, so if you are interested in being a distributor for Saltwoods, please give us a call.
We accept checks, cash, Visa, MasterCard and American Express. We require a 50% deposit for any order.
Check out our care and maintenance guides right here!
Yes. Please give us call to discuss.
Browse through over 90 table design combinations, taking inspiration from some of our trestle tables, round tables, oval tables, conference tables, tables with metal work, live edge tables, stained or painted bases, turned legs, tapered legs, or straight legs. These are only examples, you are welcome to create your own unique table; just let us know what you are thinking.
Match your table up with a bench that compliments your table’s character, wood, and style. Casual bench seating is flexible, kid-friendly, and often easier on the budget than multiple chairs.
These are only examples, you are welcome to create your own unique style; just let us know what you are thinking.