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Fireside Lodge 8 Sided Barnwood Poker Table
The Fireside Lodge 8 sided Barnwood poker table is timeless and elegant. This table is sustainably sourced using repurposed barn wood from 1800's tobacco barns that would otherwise go to waste. The wood is old, high-quality oak and has been brought back to life by their expert craftspeople, who hand make each and every table. Not only do these poker tables exhibit amazing character, but they have little pieces of history built-in as well.
- Each piece of wood is handpicked by Fireside Lodge's expert craftspeople
- This poker table comes with premium red felt on the play top and a standard cabinet with two shelves below the playing surface.
- The table also features scoop slots for poker chips and cup holders for all 8 players.
- All of the wood is sealed with a protective coating that brings out the natural colors of the wood and protects it from daily wear and tear to ensure it lasts a lifetime.
- Authentic reclaimed red oak from 1800s tobacco barns
- Every piece is unique and filled with natural character
- Made in the USA: Individually handcrafted by Fireside Lodge Furniture in Minnesota
- Reclaimed Barnwood top with inlaid black walnut on the diagonals
- Scooped poker chip and drink holders.
- Premium red felt top
- 57-inch diameter from farthest points.
- The storage base features European-style hinges for a clean, uncluttered profile.
- The storage base comes with two shelves
- 8 player capability
- Clear-coat catalyzed lacquer finish for lasting durability.
- Limited Lifetime Warranty against manufacturer defects.
- Assembly required
- Dimensions: 53" x 53" x 30" (W, D, H)
- Weight: 225 lbs
Fireside Lodge is proud to use reclaimed Barnwood that has been repurposed from deconstructed tobacco barns. Unlike other “Barnwood” that are comprised of softwoods like pine, or manufactured using chemical and stain processes, Fireside Lodge only uses authentic oak Barnwood that has been circle-sawn: a far superior choice due to not only its strength and hardness but also because its beauty and character is naturally obtained.
Sustainability: Every plank and timber of the Barnwood used by Fireside Lodge has been repurposed from deconstructed 1900s tobacco barns. As these barns would normally be torn down with the remnants dumped in a landfill, Fireside's furniture gives the reclaimed oak a new life.
Color Variation: From rich golds to warm auburn, to pitchy black grainings and saw marks - the natural patina of this Barnwood is replete with a variety of colors making it draw the eye and create a unique look for every piece
Character: Fireside Lodge's Barnwood is absolutely filled with character by making every piece unique. Hand-selected by their expert craftspeople, the graining, saw marks, nail holes and more come together to provide furniture rich in character.
Hardness: “The mighty oak” is aptly descriptive. Strong and resilient, this hardwood becomes even denser through a special kiln-drying process. It is hearty, heavy, and durable.
Aromatic Cedar Drawer Bottoms
Fireside's premium line of case goods utilizes aromatic cedar drawer bottoms. But why use such a beautiful piece of wood on the bottom of a drawer? Along with being a traditional application in handmade furniture, the answer is in its name: aromatic. The woodsy scent is not only easy on the nose, it also naturally wards off pests and moths keeping your contents safe.
Now that's a tabletop! Fireside Lodge's artisan tops are made from solid 8/4 reclaimed red oak planks that have been straight-line-ripped and glued. They are then banded with solid reclaimed oak timbers utilizing exposed dowel joinery to affix the banding to the edge of the joined planks. Gorgeous and filled with character, these table tops are truly a conversation starter.
How does Fireside Lodge ensure your case goods are built to last? Their craftsmen use up to 14 extra braces on the interior of the case good frame that other builders don't even consider that are dadoed into the sides of the dresser/cabinet thereby providing added strength and stability. Overkill? perhaps, but as we said, Fireside builds their furniture to last.
Cope and Stick Frames
Fireside Lodge uses decorative frames in many of their Cedar Log and Hickory Log case goods. It refers to a type of construction where all the members of the door frames are given a decorative profile on the edge. The frame, in turn, is then joined to the inset panel.
Dado and Rabbet Joinery
A dado is a slot or trench cut perpendicularly into the gran of the wood. By cutting across the grain instead of with the grain (then called the groove), it further strengthens the joint with the adjoining piece.
All of Fireside Lodge's drawers are dovetailed. An heirloom technique used since before written history, dovetail joints are perfect for drawer boxes. Their drawers have high tensile strength (resistance to being pulled apart), thus adding quality to the build of Fireside's case goods and ensuring that your furniture will last the thousands of pulls that are bound to happen during its lifetime.
Floating Panel Construction
For many of Fireside Lodge's cabinet doors and other pieces, they use a joined framework around wood panels that are inserted along with a tongue and groove. This is an essential element of constructing heirloom furniture because wood panels must have room to breathe. The panel "floats" within the frame structure (no glue or nails) which prolongs the life of the piece while preventing cracking.
Many log furniture builders use machine peelers to get their logs ready for construction resulting in smooth logs devoid of character. Fireside lodge hand-peels our logs to retain all the natural beauty of the log (knots, beetle galleries, inner-cabium, natural bends, etc.), ensuring no cookie-cutter results and making every piece of furniture distinctly unique. Every imperfection in the wood makes this one of a kind rustic furniture pieces.
A number of Fireside Lodge furniture pieces incorporate a live edge in their design. This is where the craftsperson incorporates the natural edge of the log into the design of the piece creating a rustic, character-filled result. Examples include their Cedar Log and Hickory Log collections.
Mortise and Tenon Joinery
This type of joinery is one of the oldest forms of furniture construction dating back thousands of years. Why does Fireside still use it? Simple: it is a strong joint that allows for just the right amount of swelling, contraction and movement. The joint itself is strong enough on its own, but today builders use glue and fasteners to further ensure it is built to last. Fireside uses a unique technique that creates a rustic tenon that looks hand-hewn. This is unlike others in the industry who creates joints that look cookie cutter or machine hewn.
Soft-close and Drawer Guides
Fireside Lodge uses full-extension ball-bearing guides rated at 100 lbs on all of their drawers. furthermore, their nightstands and premium line of case goods also feature soft-close mechanisms that prevent drawers from slamming shut. This adds life to your furniture.
This table is made out of 1800’s tobacco barnwood! We’re still blown away about the quality and uniqueness of this table. It has been a pleasure owning a piece of history!
This was the perfect addition to our “rustic” style mancave. The look, feel and smell of this 1900’s tobacco barnwood is something to behold. We got a great discount from customer service too!