The Argonne line of reclaimed wood cabinets is named for the original cabinet in the series, which was built using wood that had been reclaimed from a house in Kirkwood, MO, built in 1858, and listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Argonne cabinets feature open shelving on one side, operable bins on the other, and a top that sits right around 2″ thick to accommodate all the abuse you can throw at it.
The cabinet pictured measures 6′ long, 3′ wide and 3′ tall, although we can certainly build this cabinet in a different size, one that might be more suitable to your needs. For pricing reference, the table pictured sells for $4,850 (plus shipping).
I have two college degrees, one in civil engineering and another in city planning. I used to wear slacks and button-downs to work in the corporate world, but something was always missing; I was a blue collar guy in a white collar world.
So, one day I just quit. I decided to turn what had been a lifelong interest and hobby into a business, and I haven’t looked back. Instead of being a management guy on big construction sites, I now build things with my own two hands. Instead of writing plans to revitalize some forgotten about city or neighborhood, I now give new life and purpose to lumber that was used to build the part of the world I call “home”.
I spend my days turning old lumber into new furniture, and I couldn’t be happier.