The Caddywampus


“The Caddywampus” table line definitely lives up to its name as each hand-crafted table has a personality of its own.

It all started when I was talking with a customer in Arlington last week who was interested in one of the Hobbit Tables, but it was too small to sit next to his hammock. Well, he could swing next to it, but he’d risk rolling out or sending the table flying if he didn’t time it right if he went to grab his drink from the table.

“How about something with taller legs that will secure our glasses?” He asked.  I got to work and created larger tables with wine glass holders. Hand-crafted out of reclaimed timber, some have larger log bases and slab tops while others have knobby tree limb bases and petrified barn wood (from a plank I recovered from the Battenkill River).  Each is finished with multiple coats of poly to preserve the wood from the elements.  They are unique wine tables to hold your glasses and a bottle of wine while you swing in a hammock, sit on your front porch, or chill by a campfire or on the beach!  AND the best part? When your dog wags its tail close to your table, your glasses won’t go flying.

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These tables will be available at the upcoming shows in Vermont and are coming soon to Manatawny Creek Winery in Amityville, PA!  Custom orders are also welcome!

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Tables: prices vary depending on size (please email me for a wholesale or retail quote)

About Mel

My name is Mel, and I spend my time living, working and playing on the east coast. I'm a reclaimed wood artist who loves to continually find ways to repurpose wood and give it new life. "Nature Calls: Reclaimed Wood Designs" is my business dedicated to doing that! Thanks for stopping by!
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