This shabby-chic dining room table bench features a two inched top and a unique wood finish. I have carefully designed the X-Base to maintain the stunning look of a vintage dining table by using wax and sealer, a strategy that ages the wood over time and maintains natural knots, grains, and other quirks
My name is
Adam Charron, I live on a small one acre farm in central Illinois with my wife Katie and our two children Tanner who is turning nine this week and Avery our sweet baby that will be a year old in January. I work full time as an Firefighter and EMT, in my down time I run a small company called The Rustic Connection. Hand crafting several heirloom pieces a year for family’s to cherish for many years to come. So far my favorite piece that I have built is my baby girls changing table, I took an interest into woodworking back in High school and haven’t looked back. I am a third generation craftsmen to take up this trade in my family. My grandfather started us into the world of wood as we know it, with his sawmill in the boot hill of south east Missouri. I grew up stacking lumber every summer and chopping firewood. I truly enjoy working with my hands and shaping a pile of lumber today into the next piece of art tomorrow. I look forward to seeing what tomorrow will bring, an to pass on the skills and knowledge that I have learn as I bring up the next craftsman in my family.