Bring your family and friends together around our Montana Table where the timeless appeal of rustic, natural beauty is combined with a hint of industrial flavor. Whether your design style is farmhouse, rustic, industrial, transitional, or eclectic, the features and craftsmanship of this handsome piece is the perfect complement to any dining space. Its Reclaimed Oak Barnwood plank top includes carefully placed hand-worn edges and optional 6-inch breadboard ends that run cross-grain to the main table. Black powder-coated steel turnbuckles add just the right touch of industrial appeal while also providing extra stability to this gorgeous celebration of metal and reclaimed wood. Our hand-crafted, solid wood, Montana Table is beautifully protected with a pre-catalyzed polyurethane making it resistant to heat and moisture and the perfect gathering place for both family meals and holidays.
The Montana Reclaimed Oak Barnwood Table pictured here is handcrafted from barn wood that is typically Quartersawn White Oak salvaged from the floors of old deconstructed barns. It measures 48”W x 84”L x 30”H but can be customized in a variety of sizes, wood types, stains, and finishes. Alternative base and leg styles are also available. (reclaimed barnwood Chairs and reclaimed barnwood benches may be purchased separately.)
Climate Control & Light
Do not place your new wooden furniture in direct sunlight. Over time, UV rays can bleach and damage the integrity of the wood.
Place your wooden furniture away from heat sources such as fireplaces, radiators, or heating vents. Regular exposure to heat will eventually dry and warp the wood.
Avoid significant fluctuations in temperature and humidity which cause the wood to expand and shrink. Use a dehumidifier or humidifier to maintain a more stable climate. The ideal climate for wooden furniture is a consistent 60-80˚F and 30-60% humidity, all year.
Care with Regular Use
Use placemats, tablecloths, trivets, and coasters for tables. While our wooden furniture has a durable finish, heat and moisture can cause damage to any wood surface.
Avoid the use of rubber and plastics on wooden furniture. As plastics breakdown, they can bleach their color onto the wood’s surface and chemically damage the finish.
Maintenance and Cleaning
Dust your wooden furniture frequently. Dust with the grain of the wood to maintain the integrity of the natural wood design.
Microfiber cloths are best at trapping dirt but any soft cloth can be used to dust your furniture. Refold the cloth often to avoid redepositing dust back onto the surface.
Avoid spray polishes. Repeated use causes a build-up of the polish which dulls the surface of your furniture.
Consistently use the same type of polish on your wooden furniture. Using a wax-based polish and an oil-based polish interchangeably can result in a cloudy or streaked appearance on your wood finish.
Only use cleaning products that are designed for the finish applied to your particular piece of wood. When in doubt, a soft cloth moistened with water and a drop of detergent will adequately clean most wooden surfaces. To regularly clean a frequently used wooden surface, such as a dining table, a mixture of 1 tablespoon distilled white vinegar to 1 cup of water will help remove normal daily residue.
Never saturate your wooden surfaces. When using a moistened wet cloth to clean your wood, immediately rinse and dry the surface when you are finished.
Powder-coated metals may be cleaned with a clean, damp cloth.
None of the items we sell at Rustic Red Door are mass-produced or imported merchandise. Instead, we only offer MADE IN AMERICA products that are meticulously handcrafted by our woodworkers and constructed of the highest quality materials available.