ARE YOU SEARCHING FOR A CUSTOM NEW JERSEY FARMHOUSE TABLE?
If so your in the right place. Welcome to Pioneer Woodwerx. We build custom farmhouse table for client across the USA. We are based in Old Bridge, New Jersey. We build table in different sizes and colors. When deciding on a farmhouse table there are a few things you need to keep in mind.
Size is one of the first most important thing you need to think about. When thinking about size you have to take into consideration the size room the farmhouse table will go. You don't want table you have built to take up all the space in the room(or be too small..). Your will need no less that 42-48" between the table and walls and other furniture. See here for exact instructions. If you need the table larger for special occasions you have the option to have extension leafs on certain table. Ask use for more details when you decide to place and order.
Next, you need to figure out the type of base you would like for your new farmhouse table. We have six different style bases to choose from. You can see our choices here. Our most popular bases are the Truss Beam Base and the The X-Base. If your looking for a base that has more leg room at the ends of the table you would opt for the traditional farmhouse base(without stretcher) or the chunky turned leg base.
Now here is the fun part. Now you can decide on the type of wood you would like for your new farmhouse table. Our basic farmhouse tables are all made of pine. Pine is economical but not the best wood for a table you want to keep a very long time. What we recommend for our client is, go with a pine base and a hardwood top. We use a wide range of hardwoods. The most popular in our shop is Ash, Poplar, Oak, Maple and Walnut. This is from the cheapest to most expensive. Choosing the best hardwood for your table can sound like a daunting task but don't worry, we have a stock of samples in our shop for you to look at and make the best choice for your budget.
Last but certainly not least..... COLOR. We use a range of different products to color farmhouse tables. Our number stain line is Minwax products. You can see our Minwax color choices here.
We also use stain from General finishes
And also Varathane stains.
We could paint and stain your farmhouse table as well. The options are limitless.
Feeling overwhelmed by the farmhouse table options? Call us to get help with any of your customizations! 732-201-2528
Selecting the right finish for your project can feel daunting. You want to get the color right. You probably already have floor colors, wall colors, cabinet colors to contend with.
Luckily, we build many of tables each year and here’s what you need to know to be certain you’re selecting the correct finish color:
Tip 1: Get Inspired
We have many pictures from past customers in our gallery.
Tip 2: Order A Sample
If you’re going back and forth between stain options, we reccomend ordering a stain sample or two. You can also return them for a refund less postage.
Here’s a quick overview of our 10 finishes:
Here’s a quick overview of our Top 10 finishes:
Weathered Gray with White Base
Early American with Distressed White Base
Colonial Maple with White Base
Provincial with White Base
Need More Help? We know deciding on furniture comes with a lot of questions. We are here to help. Simply give us a call 732-201-2528 or email us firstname.lastname@example.org.
Now that you’ve got your finish figured out, let’s take a dive into sizing. What size is best for your space?
At checkout, you will be given up to three options for delivery, depending upon your location. If you have questions about which option is best for you, give us a call: 732-201-2528.
When you order from Pioneer Woodwerx you will have 3 options to choose from to receive your new custom build. If you have any questions about which method if best for you don’t hesitate to give us a call at 732-201-2528.
Below are your 3 options:
1. SHOP PICKUP: Free pickup from our wood shop in Old Bridge, NJ. Please give us a call for all the details you need to know about Pioneer Woodwerx Shop Pickup.
2. PIONEER WOODWERX DELIVERY: Our delivery crew drives all across the New York Tri State Area. If you live in one of our delivery cities, the Pioneer Woodwerx team can bring the furniture straight into your home for around $150 - $300 per order depending on your location. Local deliveries within 50 miles of Old Bridge within New Jersey area are $150. Call 732-201-2528 for more information.
3. THIRD PARTY FREIGHT SHIPPING: Freight shipping straight to your curb, anywhere in the contiguous U.S. Your shipping cost will be calculated at checkout. Depending on your order size and location, shipping starts at $340. Contact us via email or phone for a shipping quote.
Have questions? Please don't hesitate to call or email us. 732-201-2528 or email@example.com
Here are our top most frequently asked questions.
What size table should I get?
To figure out what size table to have built you will need to know your room size plus the number of people you want to seat will dictate your table size. For the table placement in the room you usually want between 42-48″ between your table and the walls. If there is furniture in the dining space, begin your 42-48″ measurement from the edge of the furniture instead of the wall. You want to allow for about 24” of eating space per person so you aren’t bumping elbows. Many customers mention taping out the table size on the floor to get a feel for it in the space.
Please keep in mind that these are just general suggestions.
How many people can I seat at my table?
Figuring our how many people you want to seat at your table is a great place to start. Chair widths vary, but as a general rule:
For Rectangular Tables:
6’ tables seat 6 loved ones
8’ tables seat 8 loved ones
10’ tables seat 10 loved ones
12’ tables seat 12 loved ones
For Round Tables:
48” tables seat 4 loved ones
54” tables seat 5-6 loved ones
60” tables seat 6-7 loved ones
For Square Tables:
46” tables seat 4 loved ones
55” tables seat 4-8 loved ones
60“ tables seat 8 loved ones
66” tables seat 8 loved ones
How long does it take to build a table?
Orders take around 3-4 weeks to complete from the time we receive the deposit (just half to get us started). We don’t want to rush your table but we also don’t want to keep you waiting!! Turnaround time may vary depending on time of year. Please contact us if you want your order sooner.
Can we visit your showroom to see your work in person?
Yes, you are welcome to come by to see our work. Pleas keep in mind we are a small shop. All of our work is built to order. If we are in the mist of a build you're welcome to stop in and check things out. All we ask is that you book an appointment in advance, as we work in a active wood shop and at time it could be dangerous.
What kind of wood do you use?
Our tables are made from SFI (Sustainable Forestry Initiative) Certified Douglas Fir which is sourced from the US Northwest. Tables are sealed so that you won’t have to worry about ring stains, water marks, etc. We like to create furniture that people can not only enjoy, but also USE every single day.
Each piece of lumber has a unique grain pattern, arrangement of knots and knot holes, and reacts differently while being stained, plus, given it has real people working on it, there are always traces of human influences. This is what makes buying hand-built items a pleasure.
Solid wood furniture has natural characteristics like all variety of knots/knot holes/hairline cracks/milling imperfections/etc. You will see natural character on the table top, legs, and apron. We cannot control for natural variations of the wood as we are using solid wood lumber and not mdf/plywood or any other engineered/manufactured lumber. Natural character is not considered a defect, but something to be celebrated.
We also offer the following wood species: Walnut, Oak, Maple, Ash, and Cherry, however we are always looking to add more options to this list, so please inquire for our current options.
Do you make chairs?
Unfortunately, we don’t make or sell any chairs here at the shop. We are happy to build a matching bench for your farmhouse, trestle or industrial dining table. All of the chairs you see in on our website come from our customers who find creative seating solutions.
Do you provide a warranty for your tables?
We stand by our work and our goal is to create tables that will last. Please do understand that wood is a natural element and is subject to seasonal changes (unlike laminate) and therefore it can shrink, expand, warp, crack, etc. This is just the nature of wood, and a minimal amount is to be expected. But if its excessive, we will fix it. We do not cover general wear and tear.
Still need help? Let us help!
Shoot us an email firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call 732-201-2528.
We’d love to help guide you to the perfect dining table size and shape for your space or answer your questions.