John worked his magic on this amazing cart! It took quite a bit of time to collect all the hardware from dilapidated carts to create this beauty. He built this one from the ground up.
An original design of John's was transformed from reclaimed cart wheels and reclaimed wood. The look was inspired by the salvaged warehouse carts that are so popular right now.
This is the craftsman, John's version of the reclaimed warehouse carts used for hauling lumber, etc.
A signature piece here at Studio 4 Designs was customized to accommodate a drawer to store remotes and magazines. John used salvaged wormy chestnut to create this gorgeous piece.
This coffee table is a mix of modern and natural elements and the wood has so many unique characteristics.
The shelf featured on this coffee table is a handy place to keep all your magazines organized and you can't go wrong with the grey stain on the reclaimed oak. The frame is steel with our rust/patina finish.
We found this all steel cart at a flea market and new immediately that it would be a great coffee table. Of course, it took some elbow grease to clean it up and make it worthy of someone's living space. The result is a unique conversation piece.
Farm implement pieces and barn beams were combined to create this one of a kind coffee table.
Yet another version of John's take on the salvaged warehouse cart. This one is combination of salvaged warehouse wheels and reclaimed walnut.
Created using reclaimed oak and salvaged wheels.
We salvaged this factory cart from a local garage door business and we are so glad we did. The paint colors are amazing on this one.