Set your country kitchen apart with a handcrafted farm table that costs about the same as mass-produced ones from high-end furniture stores. Georgia woodworker Danette Sperry makes each table to your exact specifications, using eastern white pine floorboards salvaged from deconstructed 18th- and 19th-century buildings for the tops. Bases are fitted either with new hand-turned or tapered legs that Sperry distresses to match the tops. A natural oiled finish highlights the tables' warm honey hue and aged patina.
Shown: A 3-by-7-foot table with tapered legs that will set you back about $2,195; Primitive Folks