Reclaimed Fir and Live Edge Maple Reno
Our tables are made from 90 year old reclaimed fir timbers originally milled at Western Forest Industries sawmill in Lake Cowichan.
These timbers were actually used in the construction of the mill in the 1930s which was eventually dismantled in the 1970s. A group of local farmers from Cedar then salvaged the timbers to build barns. The timbers used in our tables came from Henry Haslam’s barn on Adshead Road.
The table wood was re-sawn locally by Kevin Trotter. The tables were then built right here in Cedar by Tobias Marcoux only a few hundred yards from the restaurant. We hope you enjoy the rustic country feel and look of these tables as befitting our 1904 character home.
The beautiful live-edge maple for the bar tops and shelving comes from Porter’s dairy farm near Chemainus. Many thanks to Tobias Marcoux for the beautiful work treating and installing these pieces.