Shed Community Table Preview


At 16′, the table is the same length as Calabash, my homemade rowing/sailing sharpie.

Here’s a glimpse of the Community Table I designed for Shed Healdsburg. I assembled the parts for the first time to take progress photos for the client before making final adjustments and finishing the top, and was excited to see the table come together as I had imagined it.

Consisting of two identical planks of full length, laminated ash, the 16′ top rests on three X-trestles of welded, galvanized steel. The modular concept lends itself well to different versions of varying length and wood stock, and the easily (dis)assembled parts ship practically flat. I plan to make shorter versions with two trestles available for sale exclusively at Shed.




3 replies on “Shed Community Table Preview”

  1. Gorgeous — love the grain patterns and the proportions of the whole thing….that is going to be one stunning table!

  2. Thanks Reva! Thanks Anthony! I hope you both come out to visit sometime and join me for a bite at Healdsburg Shed..

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