Both the bar top and coffee table are made from Southern Yellow Pine, repurposed from the structural beams that once helped support the former Domino Sugar Factory for over 100 years. The factory opened its doors in 1885 and was a Brooklyn staple until it was shut down in 2004.
Cut edges on the bar top help frame and bring out the natural patina visible on the bar’s surface.
The coffee table is made from two sections of a 16” support beam recovered from the factory. From the early growth rings of its life in the forest, to the natural patina created by the time helping support the Domino Sugar Factory, this piece has a visible history. In the latest form of a coffee table, these beams will add a new chapter to the long history they already have.