Each piece is unique and may vary slightly from the image shown.
Andrew Carnegie architected the building of the railroad in the Industrial Age.
Raymond Loewy gave the railroad style with his streamliner steam engines.
Today, we give you a landmark furniture crafted from reclaimed railroad with an eye towards sustainability and LEED-certified projects.
Hardwood timbers (untreated and creosote-free) combine with authentic salvaged steel rails separated by granite stone ballast.
It's the perfect fit for any city with a rail history from New York to Chicago, New Orleans, Kansas City, Salt Lake, Los Angeles or San Francisco.
As with all of our work, each piece is cataloged and individually numbered with an authentic railroad date nail and accompanied by a signed certificate providing the provenance of the piece.
Size: 54" x 30" x 18" (LxDxH)
Materials: Steel, wood, granite stone and glass
Made in the USA