This original farm house side table reveals generations of use. Notice the blue paint, yet underneath one also catches a glimpse of the white and yellow layers of older paint that lay underneath.
It is the white painted finish and gently curved legs of this attractive side table that are indicative of its Swedish origin. The simple yet endearing style is made even more functional with the single drawer with wooden pull.
Early 19th century pine tavern table from Denmark, with four baluster shaped legs and well worn stretchers. There are remnants of old amber colored paint that contrasts nicely with the dark pine construction.
This classic pair of demilune tables are made of dark mahogany rest upon turned legs.
While most of the original white paint has been scraped off, it is this very distressed feel that give this demilune table such a warm and comfortable "presence." Demi-lune tables were a traditional style element throughout the 1800's in Sweden.
This side table with "X" stretcher or trestle base was a traditional style found throughout the european countryside during the 1800's. The original gray painted base is a wonderful contrast to the natural pine top, which reveals age related distress and wear.
This delighful side table still maintains the original white paint which has naturally distressed to reveal the pine wood below. It is the distress and wear of many years that creates the true vintage look while the extensive wear, simple cracks and worn edges add aged character to the table itself.
A drop leaf table was a common element to Swedish country homes as it added flexible dining space but took up little storage. The fact that this one still maintains its original white (almost dove gray) paint that has softend with distress over time is a special find.
This antique side table from Denmark is simple but no less charming with it's turned legs and molded drawer front. The single drawer adds function and balance to this small country table that can be used in so many places.
Antique pine side table from Denmark, circa 1890. Two unusual scrolled feet support the turned legs and the table top with a single drawer and brass pull. These tables with a satin wax finish over the natural pine make great end tables or even nights
This antique Swedish side table is simple and charming with it's softly rounded edges of the turned pedestal and slightly curved legs. There is a gentle appeal in the aged red washed finish that has been lightly worn exposing the natural wood beneath.
This small country pine table from Sweden still retains it's original light blue painted finish. The paint is worn in places allowing the pine to show through and a light wax finish has been applied, adding to the country charm.
Simple and elegant, this Swedish drop leaf table is made from a rich yellow birch that glows with depth and character. Of special note are the stylized paw feet and the flame birch sides and book matched top, a more expensive addition at the time.
Antique oval birch side table from Sweden circa 1840-1860, with a turned pedestal resting on a tripod base or scrolled feet.
This antique Karl Johan birch side table from Sweden, circa 1850-1870 , features an oval top resting on a single turned
This striking side table serves as the perfect tea service table as well. The ornate silver plated tray has handles, allowing one to lift the substantial tray for serving while it also rests in place well serving as the tabletop.
There is a tremendous amount of character packed into a small space in this unique English table with it's removable black painted metal tray. Notice the mother of pearl inlay that is inserted on the flat of the tray at each of the four folk art painted points.
The decorative top of this unique table is made from an old fence. The base was base was created to hold the top which is covered with a heavy glass top. Fun and Functional, this will make a one of a kind accent piece.
This charming English Mahogany side table from the middle of the 20th century features the original embossed leather inlay on top, along with opposing pull out sides on either end. With tapered legs, this elegant yet simple table would look wonderful
This fun, whimsical table and chair set is a rare find and great example of Swedish folk art craftsmanship. Notice how the chairs are cut from a single log while the table legs are forked and twisted branches, adding an organic dimension to the distinctive style.