Whiskey Barrel Coffee Table


It’s a very original and ingenious coffee table that was crafted from a whiskey barrel. This recycled Whiskey barrel table features a spacious hinged tabletop that lifts to reveal a large storage area. The  whiskey barrel table was made of oak wood, a strong and durable material. As you can imagine, the coffee table had to be hand crafted.


This barrel table is proudly made in the USA and measures 43” L x 34” W x 19” H. The oak table top is approximately 1 ¼” thick. The tabletop has an actuator to ensure smooth lifting and closing.

Since each table is as different as the barrels they come from, slight variations in size and color are normal and to be expected. The coffee table is finished with a natural stain and sealed with an ionized lacquer to prevent water marks. More details in the link below…


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5 Responses to “Whiskey Barrel Coffee Table”

  1. Guenter says:

    I am fascinated by the design and function of this table.
    Great idea and great design.
    Keep on.

  2. Andy says:

    do you ship to the UK?

  3. Barbara says:

    This is very nice, but not worth the price..It is cheaper to get the barrel and make it yourself..

  4. Sherri says:

    Where can you buy the Whiskey Barrell Coffee Table?

  5. Jimmy says:

    Take 4 wine crates and put them together on a wide base big enough to fit all 4 crates. This will be your bottom. Assemble and screw 4 wheel mantles to each corner of the bottom of the base. You will notice a hole in the middle of the table. Measure the diameter of the hole and fill it in to make a closed off hole. Put rocks in the hole with a little plant coming out of it. Use stain or paint of your choice to colorize the table. Stain is recommended. This will create a very pricy looking coffee table with an unbelievable elegant design. It will definitely be a looker and create an ambiance like no other in your living room. Go to your nearest liquor store and ask them for 4 wine crates. Or a couple more just for backup. They get it for free and just throw them away after they stock the wine so they will have no problem giving them to you. The rest of the stuff you will need might cost you 10-15 bucks tops. And you will have a table that looks like you paid a grand for it.

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