Let Me Build You A Harvest Table

HarvestTable_Unfinished (1)

8 foot by 28 inch harvest table.   (unfinished)

Most of  you regular readers to the blog know I swing a hammer by day  to pay the bills.    What you may or may not have known is, I’m wanting to get into the harvest/ gathering table building business on the side, especially during the Winter months when things slow down.  To that end, I’ve started to keep my eyes open for wood from 100 year old barns slated for demolition, with the intention of building family heirlooms for the next generation.

End wall of recent barn we were able to save.

Stacking the trailer with recycled barn boards.

The beautiful thing about a custom built harvest table is, I can build it any length you want.  I talked with Bob this past weekend. He asked if I could build him a 13 ft by 36 inch table that he could put it in his 25 foot great room.  I told him I had boards up to 14 foot long, so yes, I could handle a 13 foot table.

So, what are you waiting for?   If you were to have me build you a table, what size would you like? 🙂  Any other details you’d like to see incorporated in the design? You can either order it finished or unfinished. Leave me a comment and we can talk pricing and specific details. DM


Update 2-22-2012

Just received the nicest letter from Jayne today. She purchased an unfinished harvest table from me last September.  She send me three pictures of her finished table, and now is thinking about a matching  counter top island.  Here is a portion of her note to me:

   “Dear Doug,

         Just wanted to let you see for yourself how beautiful your table turned out.  It is exactly what we were looking for and it finished so nicely.  We experimented to get the fills just right and they now resemble antique nails….”

Here’s  a picture of her finished table:

On the back of the picture she wrote: ” Finished with Valspar Medium Oak and Golden Mahogany.  Top coated with 4 coats of Poly satin.  Easily seats 10 to 12 people!”

Another update 4/2/2012

I wanted to add, I can also build matching benches as well as other custom pieces of furniture.  Price would depend on design and what you’re looking for.  Bottom line, if you have something in mind, don’t hesitate to ask!  If  I don’t feel comfortable doing something I will tell you.  I know other people in the trades, so if I can’t do it, there’s a pretty good chance I can find someone for you who can.  DM


Picture of an unfinished harvest table, matching bench and island piece.


Update 10/4/2012

Got this e-mail earlier this week from repeat customer:

     “Just finished my Kitchen Prep Table and I LOVE IT!!!! I still can’t believe how lucky I am to have found such a great guy to build my dream tables! I have enclosed a few pictures to show you how my table turned out. Feel free to post them on your blog. Thanks again! You were great to work with and (should I say it again???) I LOVE my TABLES!!!

Here’s the kitchen prep table she was talking about:

Matching “kitchen prep” table  that went with a harvest table.


Update 4/3/2014.  I have had the opportunity to be in the wood shop for the past three months, Built several custom harvest tables…Here is some of the feedback I’ve received:


“Just wanted to let you know I absolutely LOVE the table and bench…couldn’t be happier:) Also, thank you so much for the cookbook stand…very awesome!”  Kelly.



Dan Welter 7 ft table with 4 by 4 tapered legs


9 ft table with 1 by 4 straight legs

our kitchen table

Primitive 3 ft by 5 ft table with drawer on the end and  painted 4 by 4 legs originally on horse drawn implement.

Update 2/3/2016  It has been a while so going to add some pictures of some of my latest work:

shannon Mayhew August 2014

42 inch by 84 inch

troy Fitzpatrick table 2015

36 inch by 96 inch farmhouse table with turned legs

Katie Fuller table and bench (3)

Unfinished table with 4 by 4 frame

Nichole  Birkenholtz finished table august 2015

anne wilson finished table

high gloss top with black painted legs


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98 Responses to Let Me Build You A Harvest Table

  1. Kirby Kirvan says:

    I’m interested in getting a harvest table made, but where are you located? I’m in Ottawa, Ontario Canada.
    Kirby, I plan to e-mail you shortly so we can talk about what you’re thinking in more detail. DM

    • Jennifer says:

      Just found this webpage and I have been looking for a table exactly as shown with the bench! What is the cost/shipping to Milwaukee? What is the estimated time on building? Thanks!!!!!
      Just sent you an e-mail, sorry about the delay. DM

  2. Kelli says:

    We are interested in your beautiful harvest tables. Looking at 7 foot long, 42 in wide, standard 30 in height. Where are you located at? And, how long does it take you to make one?
    Kelly, I will e-mail you directly and we can go from there. DM

  3. Betsy says:

    Please contact me with more information- I’ve been searching for a locally crafted harvest table. Thank you!
    Just got your note…. sent you an e-mail and we can go from there. DM

  4. Catherine Kulik says:

    Hello, I love this harvest table. Where are you located?
    Hi Catherine, we are located in the Midwest (Iowa) ps. I’m going to have more time in about 4 to 6 weeks building harvest tables again, so if you’re @ all interested (or anyone else for that matter) now’s the time to get your name in the hat. DM

  5. Pam Jackson says:

    Hello, i am interested in having a Harvest table created for a gift. we are looking at 3′ wide by 7 ‘ long. It will be going to DM. is delivery possible? thanks. Pam
    Hi Pam, I just sent you an e-mail, that way we can talk in more detail DM

  6. Abby says:

    Hi there. I am interested in a 6 ft by 28 in long farmhouse table. Can you please email me with more details…price, time, shipping.
    Hi Abby, I just sent you an e-mail in reply to your note. DM we can interact more via e-mail

  7. O says:

    I would love info on a table. Looking for a narrow but not too long counter-height table (around 54″x28″x36″). Thanks, and many blessings. –O
    O, I would love to get you some numbers together on a table. Will shoot you an e-mail so we can talk in more detail. DM

  8. jacqui says:

    Hi, can you let us know how to contact you regarding the harvest tables. We are interested in having one made. THanks,
    Hi Jacqui, Thanks for the inquiry. I will shoot you an e-mail and we can go from there. DM

  9. DM says:

    I got the nicest comment in the mail yesterday. Jayne wrote to tell me how much she loved how the harvest table she bought from me turned out. If you didn’t know this, I also dabble in making heirloom harvest tables…just click on this comment thread and it will take you to my original post and some photos. DM

  10. Jayne Knott says:

    Just got off the phone with Doug. He built the 8 foot table that is pictured above and is currently working on a counter height prep table for our kitchen (53″ long, 18″wide, counter height). I just want everyone to know how much we love our table! We had looked for years for a table that would fit our large family and to be able to get everyone seated comfortably with room to grow as our family does.

    A couple of words of “wisdom”: 1. Don’t be shy with your sander. I was worried about taking away from the character of the table, but really, the grains of the wood are so beautiful that you can’t go wrong. 2. Experiment on the underside of the table with stain colors, and don’t be afraid to layer stain. (Pottery Barn uses an 8 step layering of their stain and finishes to achieve their standard dark stains). 3. Stay away from Minwax stains. They contain a urethane and won’t allow you to layer stain colors. I recommend Varathane brand. (I said Valspar up above, but I was confused). 4.If you are looking for a matte or less shiny satin finish, remove about 1/4 to 1/2 cup of the polyurethene satin BEFORE mixing in the flattening agents on the bottom. The result is a nice low sheen satin finish. Also, mix the polyurethane EVERY time you dip your brush. The flattening agents settle quickly and you want a uniform look. 5. Be careful with wood fillers — not all of them will accept stain. We kept experimenting until we got the desired look.

    Anyway, if you are on the fence about whether to order a table from Doug, I HIGHLY recommend you place an order TODAY. I am so glad I did! He is wonderful to work with and works hard to make sure your table turns out to your expectations.

  11. Teresa Porter says:

    We are looking for a finished table 28in x 7ft. We are going to be going through Iowa the 1st part of June and again at the end of the month. Thanks Teresa
    Teresa, I will send you an e-mail and what we can come up with. DM

    • Kim Fitzgerald says:

      Hi! I live in NJ and my farmhouse table is pretty shot and trying to decide if it is worth fixing or just getting a new one. The finish is waxed mahogany and is 71″ long and 30.5″ wide. It is just great for the space I have. Would you mind private messaging me what average cost would be?

  12. Barbara Cooper says:

    Would love to know how to contact you to discuss sizes and pricing. Thank You
    Barb, I got your e-mail, will contact you shortly! DM

  13. Stephanie Legislador says:

    HI! Interested in a harvest table similar to the one you have photographed above. Not sure about size, would like to discuss. I will look forward to your email. Thank you!
    I’ll do that right now 🙂 DM

  14. Monica says:

    I would like to talk about size and pricing! I think I would like a 7 ‘ x standard 30″ x 42-44″, and where you are located?
    Good morning Monica, I will shoot you a personal e-mail shortly. I am located in Eastern Iowa. DM

  15. Vince iazzetta says:

    Are you still making Harvest Tables? We would like some info if you are? They are just beautiful!
    I am still making them 🙂 Currently working on a table/ computer desk and a 7 ft table and bench. after they’re done I’ll be looking for more work..I will shoot you an e-mail directly. DM

  16. Jill says:

    Hey! I’be been looking for just these tables for over 2 years, and I stumble across your blog to find out I live within an hour of you! I would love to lk to you about building a table and bench for me. Can’t wit to hear from you.
    I just finished the two projects I had in the shop today..so your timing is perfect 🙂 I will shoot you an e-mail shortly.DM

  17. Kendall Myers says:

    Hi, I’m very interested in an unfinished dining table, benches, and a console table. You make beautiful tables! Thanks!
    Thank you Kendall, I will send you an e-mail and we can talk more.. DM

  18. Deb Weyrich-Cody says:

    Hi Doug, Where we live, there are a lot of farms being used for custom without a family in residence, so as a result many barns are falling into disrepair. Every time I see another sheet of tin ripped off or more boards missing, it just breaks my heart to see all of that back-breaking work falling to ruin. So, needless to say, when I see what you’re doing it’s very exciting. Good for you, giving these buildings another go at life!!
    Deb, thanks for your encouragement…as a contractor and lover of local history…I get a catch in my gut every time I see one of those pieces of History fall into a heap. thanks for taking the time to leave a comment. DM

  19. mamaverde says:

    Hi there, I too am interested in pricing & info on your tables. Would love to get in touch with you soon. Thanks!
    thanks for your inquiry, I will send you an e-mail shortly and we can go from there. DM

  20. Holly Baumgartel says:

    Also interested in pricing and info on your harvest tables. 🙂 Thanks!

  21. Pamela says:

    Hi Doug,

    If you could contact me in regards to a harvest table – that would be much appreciated!

    Thanks in advance,

    I will send you an e-mail right now 🙂 DM

  22. sean says:

    hoping u can email me back as i am wondering where u r located and wondering about pricing of tables.
    Sean, I just sent you an e-mail DM

  23. Lyn says:

    Hello – I would like to order a table and bench for our daughter’s wedding present! Your work is so cool! Thanks!
    I just sent you an e-mail Lyn.DM

  24. Dara says:

    How much are they and where are you located? I’m in Westminster Maryland

  25. Andrea says:

    Hello! I am enjoying reading your blog. I live in the beautiful coastal mountains in Canada, but hail from a farm in southwestern Ontario, complete with old barns! In the fall I find myself missing the apple orchards and changing foliage. Your harvest tables look like a little taste of home. I’d like to see if it’s possible to have one made and shipped to Canada. Thanks for your time
    thanks for your kind words Andrea, I just sent you an e-mail so we can talk about what you’re looking for. DM

  26. EricJohnson says:

    I saw your website, I wondered where you are located, what type of wood is the harvest abel made from and the approximate cost of a 32-36×108 inch table. Thanks! Eric J
    Eric, We’re located in Iowa. I’m not sure of the type of wood..it is a softer wood, but not white pine…much darker..I will send you an e-mail and we can go from there.DM

  27. Stefanie says:

    I am definitely interested in your harvest tables….send me your info
    Oh and all your tables I’ve seen on here are beautiful 🙂
    Stefanie, Thanks for your comment. 🙂 Will send you an e-mail shortly and we can talk more. DM

  28. patty says:

    I would like a 28 x 72 inch table. benches would be nice too. Whats your price? where and when do I pick them up?

  29. Are you still building harvest tables?
    Yes I am. I took a break this Fall so I could complete an addition on my shop so I haven’t aggressively tried to find any work…just have to put a coat of paint on the walls, wire up some lights and I’ll be ready to go. What are you thinking you’d like a price on? DM

  30. tara says:

    I was curious if you could build a small barn wood table/farm table. Not sure what they are called but we only need one that is 30 inches high 33 inches wide and 60 inches long. How much does that typically cost? I also would like two benches to go with it. Also where are you located at and how long does it typically take you?
    thanks for your comment. Just sent you an e-mail.DM

  31. Steve says:

    I need a 11’l x 30″d x 30″ h harvest table for 3 kid computer station. Please quote with shipping to 54904 dock door available. Thanks Steve
    Thanks for your inquiry Steve, just sent you an e-mail. DM

  32. ctcsmith says:

    I’m soooo excited to find this.. I also live in Eastern Iowa and have been wanting to find someone to build me a harvest table!! Please shoot me an email!! Thanks!
    Thanks for your comment. Just sent you an e-mail.DM

  33. Alexis Baker says:

    Hello! I’m like the rest of the folks above…interested in a table of yours! Can we connect via email about specifics? Thanks!
    Just got your note. Will send you an e-mail today. DM

  34. Julie Lux says:

    Hello! I found your sight :). I was wondering if you could email me and let me know how your pricing works.
    You bet! Enjoyed visiting with you this morning @ the dentist as well Julie. DM

  35. Could you send me details in an email on pricing and also timing of table completion
    Good morning Penny. I will shoot you an e-mail DM

  36. Judy Silverman says:

    I would like to talk to you about building a fa table. How can I contact you? Thanks
    thanks for your patience. Just sent you an e-mail. DM

  37. Lisa Stowater says:

    I am wanting a farmhouse table built from my grandparents barn that needs to be torn down. We are located in Iowa, where are you located?
    Lisa, I just saw your comment, I will shoot you an e-mail as soon as I log off here. DM

  38. Shannon says:

    Hi, I’ve been wanting a harvest table, but would love to have one made of reclaimed barn boards from Iowa. Can you please email me your info/pricing? Thank you!
    you bet. Just shot you an e-mail. DM

  39. Cara says:

    Can you send me an info sheet and pricing for finished tables? Thanks!
    Hi Cara, I will e-mail something as soon as I log off. DM

  40. Barb Nelson says:

    I am also interested in a harvest table, I think 10 feet long. I live in western Illinois, and I’m hoping we are within driving distance from you.
    Thanks for your interest, just sent you a note. DM

  41. Felicity Kendall says:

    I live in Los Angeles, and wanted to give my husband a harvest table for his new office space.
    Is it possible to ship them here when finished? And would it be possible to get a less brown and more grey finish?
    Thank you,
    Felicity Kendall
    Good morning Felicity, Absolutely, I could build you something and have it shipped. Timing is the issue, depending on when you’d like to have it, and my work load, but I definitely am interested in talking with you more, so I will shoot you an e-mail and we can go from there. DM

  42. Christine says:

    Can you send me information in regards to the lengths and width of the tables you make and pricing for the finished tables? Also, where in Iowa are you located? We may be able to pick up the finished table.

    Thanks, I look forward to hearing back from you.
    thanks for your inquiry. Just sent you an e-mail DM

  43. Debbie says:

    Very interested in Harvest table… seat 10 – 12 not too wide, maybe with some type leaf attachment for Thanksgiving as we don’t need but 2 seats usually 🙂 Also, we’re in Indiana… any idea about shipping? Thanks so much!

    Debbie, Got your inquiry, I will shoot you an e-mail shortly. DM

  44. Carissa says:

    Love your tables. How much for a size somewhere around 5′ x 34″ with matching benches? And where are u located?
    I will shoot you an e-mail and talk specifics. DM

  45. Maggee Rice says:

    Hi, I am in central Illinois–I am interested in a table 30-32″X long enough to seat 10 or 12–could have leaves to add extra length–Harvest type– If you would, please send me an idea of cost, type of woods used, where you are located, and a time frame as to how far out you are in your production. Thank you. Great website.
    Thank you Maggee for your interest and compliment 🙂 I just sent you an e-mail and tried to answer all your questions. DM

  46. Lauren T. says:

    Hi! These are gorgeous! We are looking for a reclaimed wood harvest table for our new home. About 8-9′ long. What would cost/shipping be? We live in St. Louis, so we could transport ourselves depending on your location. Thank you in advance!
    Lauren, I will shoot you an e-mail.DM

  47. Kayla says:

    Your tables are beautiful! I have been looking for a table like this for a while now. I am looking for a long narrow counter top height table about 7-8 ft by 2ft. Please contact me with more information.
    Kayla, Just saw your message and sent you an e-mail. DM

  48. Kathy Johnston says:

    Hello, I’m interested in finding out more about your harvest tables. I am looking for one that is approximately 3 X 6 ft.Please contact me with more information. Thank you.
    Kathy, I just sent you an e-mail.DM

  49. Stacie says:

    Hi, I am interested in rough pricing info. We are moving to Ankeny in a few weeks, so I will need to firm up dimensions. Theoretically we only need room for 4-6, but I like the idea of a longer table than necessary, and would like the possibility of an extension to fit 12-16. I would also like a bench for one side. Thanks!

  50. jawnica says:

    I am interested in a table as well. Could you email me with price info? Looking at possibility of table and 1 or 2 benches, with table being about 5.5′ long and 3.5′ wide. Thank you!!
    I just sent you an e-mail follow up. DM

  51. vintagecountryhome says:

    Hi, I’m looking to have a harvest table made from reclaimed barn boards (48×80″) with solid square legs as well as a marching bench that fits underneath one side. Can you please send me your pricing info? Thank you!
    Just sent you a follow up e-mail! 🙂 DM

  52. Debbie Hiergesell says:

    My daughter has been looking for a harvest table using 3- 12 inch wide boards that are 10 foot long. Not too distressed so it is easily cleaned off with small children. I believe a trestle type support system would be best. We are from Nebraska originally but now live in South Carolina. So will need shipping info also, Please send the the approximate cost of building and shipping a table this size. Including cost of matching bench for one side.
    Just sent you a personal e-mail. Thanks for the inquiry! DM

  53. Mary Jo LeBlanc says:

    Hi DM: I would like to have a harvest table made from some walnut lumber my father (deceased) collected off his timber. I am not looking for a distressed look, but a clean look. The table would be approx. 4’x8′. I live in southeast Iowa. Please send me the approx. cost of building the table if I provided the lumber. Note that I’m not sure the lumber will work, but that is my first choice. Thanks.
    Mary Jo
    Mary Jo, I just sent you a personal e-mail with some questions. DM

  54. Morgan says:

    Would love to speak with you about possibly a 4×4 or 3×5 dining table. Thank you.
    Hi Morgan, I just sent you an e-mail reply.DM

  55. Ellen says:

    Hi!! Would love to explore the possibility of having you make a harvest table for my kitchen!
    Good morning Ellen, I just sent you an e-mail. DM

  56. these look great,I am building coastal Carolina interested in a harvest table eight feet long,unfinished shipped to NC,approx cost and time frame?

  57. Christine says:

    I’d be interested in a harvest table for my kitchen.

  58. Becky Leib says:

    Hi. I am interested in a harvest table for our sunroom, possibly 3 feet by 5 or six with a bench for one side. We live in the Quad Cities. Would like to know approx. cost, your location, and any other details you think I should know! Thanks.

  59. Cheri Cole says:

    Hi-We are building a home. The dining room is 13′ x 17′. I’d like a table that would fit in that space. Looking to seat as many as possible. I’ve seen a lot of beautiful tables on houzz.com, so I could give you a better idea of what I’m looking for. The kitchen cabinets are cherry wood with a mocha stain. It’s an open floor plan. I’d like the table to have curves, not straight, and shined. We wont need the table until November or December 2016. Thank you.

  60. Clark says:

    You do beautiful work. My wife has been looking for something like this for some time and I would like to surprise her for her 50th birthday. Could you please email me your approximate timing and pricing for a 13 foot dining table with matching benches? Also, do you do any type of chairs for the ends of the table? Thanks

  61. omegitamish says:

    Moving to Ames IA and hoping to have a custom table built. Love your work! Are you able to deliver to Ames?

  62. Anne Jensen says:

    Wow! What beautiful, beautiful writing and hand art! I see you offered the harvest tables in 2011 and 5 years later are still at it!! I am so glad! Like all the others, Doug, I would love to know more about where you are located and what you would charge for a 6′ long table–are they all unfinished? Just today a good friend of mine mentioned she is looking for a “library table”–but I suspect she would easily and willingly trade out the word “library” for “harvest.” I am also thinking she would be interested in tapered legs as shown in the unfinished table, bench, and island picture. I have lived in Iowa City for 34 years (from suburbs of Philadelphia originally)–and am always delighted and amazed when I have a chance encounter treasure in the Heartland. No rush to respond–I am mostly curious–not sure what my friend would decide–just wanted to let you know that your blog, messages, and art were today’s treasure. Thank You!

    • DM says:

      Good morning and thank you Anne for your kind words! What an encouraging way to start the day by reading your comment. As to exactly where we are located, I will shoot you an e-mail and a link to our business page on facebook. Thanks again! DM

  63. Wendy says:

    Where in Iowa are you located? I’ve been wanting to have a harvest table made for years!

  64. Gary hoppins says:

    Interested in a table.

    Just sent you an e-mail. DM

  65. Andrea kouzmanoff says:

    Love your work….and would like a table by you. Please email me at your earlier convenience.
    Thank you,
    Andrea, I just got your message…will shoot you an e-mail now! thanks DM

  66. Laurel Redmolnd says:

    I am also interested in one of your harvest tables. Just was wondering price range and if its possible to have you finish it with stains>

  67. Roni Hall says:

    My daughter and I are both looking for harvest tables. One of them would be counter height. We live in Michigan and could wait for both to be shipped together. Can you give us an idea of your pricing? We are probably thinking a minimum of 6ft length and 36-42″ width. Please send info.
    Thank you.

  68. Diana says:

    Hi, am not sure if this thread is still active, but if it is, I am interested in a 28″ by 7 ft table. Could you send me info, please? Please indicate if shipping is available. I live in San Antonio, TX. Thank you!!

  69. Sheila Griffin says:

    Hi, I need a narrow harvest table 28-30″ x 84″ and live in Green Valley, Arizona which is just south of Tucson. Please contact me. Thanks, Sheila

  70. CeceD says:

    Hello, I have been looking for months, trying to find the right size/character harvest table for my dining room space. Please let me know if you are still building tables, and where I can find general info on sizes/pricing. I’m in middle TN.
    Thank you!
    Cece DUBois

    • DM says:

      CeCe, Just saw your comment. Absolutely, I am still building tables. I will shoot you an e-mail with a link to my business page, and we can talk more after that. DM

  71. Jenise says:

    Hi there, love the sample pictures and am looking for something similar. Can you send me an email to discuss?

  72. Karen Bruce says:

    Do you make harvest tables with turned legs? I have a picture of one I would like built. Thank you. Karen near Des Moines

  73. Bianca Lovell-Parker says:

    Hi, can you send me a quote for a table 2′-0″ x 5′-6″? Shipping to San Francisco.
    Thank you!

  74. Sandi Simmons says:

    Hi, I’m interested in having you build me a harvest table. Probably 32″x84″. My space is fairly narrow. I saw your 28″ table. Is that large enough for people to eat on both sides? Thank you!

  75. Melissa Hayden says:

    Hi! I LOVE your harvest tale and need one in 96″ long x 30″ wide and live in NJ. Are you taking orders? Thank you and I hope you are enjoying the beginnings of a long awaited spring. Thanks again.

    • DM says:

      Hi Melissa, Just saw your comment. I might have a little time, depending on what you’re thinking. I will shoot you an e-mail DM

  76. Hi Doug! I love to look back over the orders and inquiries from all over the country! We use our Harvest Table every day. We are especially thankful to have it on the rare occasion when all of our family is present. I love to remember all of the special occasions we have celebrated around this table (making flower arrangement and bouquets for our daughters’ weddings, entertaining our now-son in laws and then-Daughter’s boyfriends for the first time, rousing games of dice and many, many meals). Thanks again, Doug! Your table has made a big impact in our lives and it is part of our story.

    • DM says:

      Thank you Jayne. Good to hear from you. And I will always remember your gracious attitude in regard to that little island piece of furniture I built. You were very kind.

      • That kitchen island has been used to enjoy our coffee every morning. We now have it in our breakfast room. I love the clean lines and beautiful wood grain. I still can’t believe I was lucky enough to find you in a Craigslist ad. I Love both pieces and can’t imagine my house without them!

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