Wood tables

Wood slabs are wood material in its rawest form. With its raw form, comes a beauty that other material choices cannot match. Our wood tables provide a great place for meals, gatherings and even meetings. Its one of a kind nature and captivating grain and textures will sure to impress your guests. Our tables shows the quality of a wood material that will last for years to come.

Making a wood table involves a number of processes. First, the naturally down trees are harvested and then the wood is milled and kiln dried to the desired moisture content. From harvesting to the completion of drying, it could take up to three years. When the wood is ready to use, we then build a wood table. Any defects a wood has, we will skillfully treat it with care. We seal the surfaces with two to three coats of high quality clear satin varnish to protect from any spills or stains.

Here are five types of wood tables we have made in the past. Our furniture is highly customizable. If you have any questions, please don’t be afraid to ask.

Mahina

Like all of our wood tables, this slab table shows off the beauty and quality of the wood material. Combined with a subtle but strong stainless steel base, the Mahina table is a great addition to any stylish home. The contemporary live edge dining table is a transitional furniture design. It will look great in all types of decor such as rustic, modern, or traditional.

wood table made in honolulu by satoshi yamauchi

wood table made in honolulu by satoshi yamauchi

wood table made in honolulu by satoshi yamauchi

wood table made in honolulu by satoshi yamauchi

wood table made in honolulu by satoshi yamauchi

 

 

 

Moku

The Moku dining table features a straight edge monkeypod wood top, matched with a custom built metal base. The angled, Y-shaped base, made of raw steel and finished in matte antique black, compliments the modern table top. Friends and family visiting you will be sure to stop and comment on its beauty.

Where to see this table:
Cake M at 808 Sheridan Street, Honolulu HI

Wood table made in honolulu matched with metal base

Wood table made in honolulu matched with metal base

Wood table made in honolulu matched with metal base

Wood table made in honolulu matched with metal base

Wood table made in honolulu matched with metal base

 

 

 

Pu’uwai

This walnut dining table is made of 4 to 5 walnut boards with the two ends incorporating natural edges. The Pu’uwai table is matched with black powder coated steel loop bases giving it a modern kick. Walnut has a soft and warm feel, which is why it has its name “Pu’uwai”, meaning heart in the Hawaiian language.

Walnut wood table with natural edges

Walnut wood table with natural edges

Walnut wood table with natural edges

Walnut wood table with natural edges

Walnut wood table with natural edges

 

 

 

Aina

Aina means “land” in the Hawaiian language. This Aina table features a monkeypod wood top with natural live edges. The legs are also made of monkeypod wood, reminding the user the feel of the Hawaiian land. Like all of our wood tables, the Aina table is completely unique, since it is made from natural wood.

slab wood table made in honolulu hawaii

slab wood table made in honolulu hawaii

slab wood table made in honolulu hawaii

slab wood table made in honolulu hawaii

slab wood table made in honolulu hawaii

slab wood table made in honolulu hawaii

 

 

Makana

The Makana table is a natural form slab table. It features a locally-grown monkeypod top and blackened steel loop legs. Each wood slab is unique and filled with lots of character. Locall monkeypod slabs often come with defects such as checks and knots, which we tend to avoid but at times they can contribute to the unique look of a slab. When these defects are treated skillfully, the flaws add to the overall beauty.

Free form wood table made of Hawaiian monkey pod wood

Free form wood table made of Hawaiian monkey pod wood

Free form wood table made of Hawaiian monkey pod wood

Free form wood table made of Hawaiian monkey pod wood

Free form wood table made of Hawaiian monkey pod wood