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Saturday, December 13, 2014

Dining Room Plant - Interesting stencils

This new coffee table, just out of the shop, was made from a Lineberry furniture factory cart with the (whatever you like to call them) Fleur, Floral, Daisy-style wheels.  The wood grain on the original oak top gives it a rich texture, and this cart was clearly used in the division of the furniture factory which specialized in dining room items.  How fun is this?

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Friday, November 14, 2014

A customized cart coffee table

This table is well and truly one-of-a-kind. Customized from cast iron parts and antique wood taken from other carts, this is a beautiful example of a craftsman's creativity. The four large wheels were cast by the Charles Francis company, but the frame is another style. The cast iron hardware, including the corner brackets, are polished. The spectacular wood top is made from reclaimed American Chestnut barn siding. The wood top measures 26 x 48 1/4, and the cart stands 16 inches tall.
 Customized Cart Images

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Saturday, September 27, 2014

New refurbished cart coffee tables

Finally cleaned up after the LOCKN music festival, where we put our architectural salvage chops to work creating all sorts of interesting functional and beautiful pieces used inside the venue. 
Now that we've rested up, we are back to work refurbishing railroad carts into coffee tables. You can see the selection of new additions at
 Lineberry daisy wheel coffee table cart

 Nutting cart refurbished table

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Good ol' Chas Francis

The Charles E. Francis Truck & Caster Company, from Rushville, Indiana, clearly put time, detail, and love into the design of their carts. 
 Charles Francis Refurbished cart coffee table
These beautiful carts make beautiful coffee tables once they've been cleaned and fully refurbished, polished and painted.  See more photos and details at

Monday, May 26, 2014

Dark Walnut Stain and an unusual Lineberry cast iron casting

 Dark Walnut Stain Lineberry Foundry Cart

Tall, dark, and handsome, where have you been all my life? There are so many spectacular details to this cart, where to begin? The dark walnut stain on the vintage Oak wood, together with the polish and seal on the cast iron hardware transforms this cart into an elegant, vintage industrial art piece. The extra large lettering cast into the large iron wheels is a rare detail: In an oversize font, it reads: 'THE FOUNDRY' - 'N. WILKESBORO N.C.' This table is truly exceptional.

Cast Iron Furniture Factory Cart Coffee Table

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Saturday, March 22, 2014

Warehouse cart coffee tables - Spalted Maple?

 Spalted Maple Cart Table

 Antique furniture factory cart coffee table
Lineberry warehouse cart was likely given a new top in a factory, using the wood that was on hand for the furniture. It appears to be a spalted maple, with beautiful character, resulting in an appearance not unlike quarter-sawn wood. The grain and pattern give the top a beautiful texture. See more images and more details at