Learn More About our Epoxy Furniture
Who is Brick Mill Furniture?
Brick Mill Co. is located in Williamsport, PA - the former lumber capital of the world. We're a family-owned business that operates out of an old lumber mill from the 1800s. We are passionate about handcrafting heirloom furniture that you can pass from generation to generation. We create epoxy tables and other live edge wood furniture that is truly unique.
Why Do Our Products Stand Out Amongst Our Competitors?
Our woodworkers have years of experience in the trade and know what they’re doing. They oversee the entire process of creating an epoxy table to make it perfect for you. The materials we use to build our epoxy tables have been locally and sustainably sourced, so you can feel good knowing that your live edge wood epoxy table is environmentally friendly.
We are committed to creating epoxy furniture that you will love for many many years to come! If for any reason, the epoxy table we make you isn’t up to your standards, we will gladly talk with you about returns – all we ask is that you pay the shipping cost to send back the epoxy table.
Features, Materials, and Sizing
Each epoxy table is made from scratch using the highest quality finishes and epoxy resin available. Our epoxy tables are made just for you with genuine live edge black walnut slabs that were milled in Pennsylvania, hand-sanded, and finished with a conversion varnish finish.
We choose these finishes with the safety and comfort of your pets, children, and yourself in mind. We use locally sourced aluminum and steel hardware and legs to complete our epoxy resin tables.
Our live edge epoxy resin tables come in several widths and lengths between 60” and 96”. Each piece of black walnut wood is around 1.5-2” thick but will vary depending on the piece and length of wood we pick out for your epoxy table. If you’re looking for a size that we don’t have, you can contact us to ask about a custom-sized epoxy dining table.
Where and How to Use Our Epoxy Table
Our epoxy table is perfect for your dining room! It would look amazing in your dining room or kitchen either by itself with nothing on it or with the table set and ready for the next meal. You could put flowers on the table to draw attention to the colorful epoxy running down the middle of the table.
If you want an epoxy table that isn’t sized to be a dining room table, contact us to see if we can create a piece for you that fits your needs. For example, we could create an epoxy coffee table, sofa table, desk, etc.
When using our epoxy table as a dining table, make sure that you avoid putting hot pans, pots, and dishes directly onto the epoxy. The heat from the dishes can cause the epoxy to melt, which can cause damage to your table. To avoid this, always use potholders underneath hot dishes and pots before setting them down on your epoxy table.
Who Is Our Epoxy Table For?
The live edge epoxy table is perfect for anyone looking for a showpiece for their home that’s bound to attract many compliments from everyone who gets to look at the epoxy table. It suits every décor theme, so it’s the perfect addition to any home.
Our wood slab epoxy table features wood with an uncut, natural edge that is becoming popular in home décor throughout the world. That natural edge brings with it a natural and cozy beauty to your kitchen or dining room. With the added epoxy element, you’re also getting a table that accentuates the natural, uncut edges of the walnut wood.
How to Care for Your Epoxy Table
The finishes we use on our epoxy tables are designed to last for years, and to ensure that it stays intact we recommend that you avoid using harsh chemicals to clean your epoxy table. Instead, use a damp cloth to wipe away dust, crumbs, and spills.
If you find a buildup of dirt or a sticky mess on your epoxy table that the wet cloth isn’t getting, use a soft, natural soap to clean up the table. Additionally, you should aim to keep your home’s temperature and humidity at natural levels to avoid any damage to your live edge epoxy table.
In the future, as your table ages, we recommend using a Renew solution. This can renew the finish of your epoxy table. No sanding is required! All you need to do when you apply this solution is rub it into the table.
Choose from over 20 epoxy colors! We can mix and match epoxy resin and powders to create lots of colors to match your home. If you prefer light wood with a dark epoxy or a dark wood with a light epoxy, we can create whatever you like! Don't like color? A nice matte black epoxy table or a flat white table really makes the wood grain pop in your epoxy resin dining table. Not sure where to start? Reach out and one of our table experts will help you!
Do you still have questions about our epoxy tables? We put together a list of some of the most commonly asked questions regarding live edge epoxy tables from Brick Mill, Co. so you can easily find your answer.
When Can I Expect My Epoxy Table to Arrive?
After your order has been placed at our workshop in Williamsport, PA, we aim to get your epoxy table out within six to eight weeks. However, the timeframe for shipping your product can take longer if we need to source the live edge walnut slabs for your table. In this case, another month will be added due to needing to dry the wood before building your epoxy table.
Do I Need to Assemble My Epoxy Table?
We ship the legs of your epoxy table separately from the table itself. Because of this, there is some light assembly required, but to do it, you’ll only need a screwdriver. When your legs arrive, you’ll find all the hardware you need to assemble your table.
Can I Customize the Legs and Size of My Epoxy Table?
Yes! When you order your epoxy table, we have two drop-down menus for the size of your table and the shape of the legs for your table. If we don’t offer the size you want for your epoxy table, contact us to see if we can make you a custom table.
What Leg Styles Can I Choose From for My Epoxy Table?
We have a wide variety of American-made legs! All of our legs are finished in Black Powder Coating. If you would like a different finish, please contact us and we would be happy to discuss your options!
Where Does the Walnut Wood Come from to Make the Epoxy Tables?
Whenever we can, we source the live edge walnut that we use to make an epoxy resin river table here in Pennsylvania. We are fortunate enough to have access to all types of wood right here in Pennsylvania.
Our goal is to limit our carbon footprint and to support local businesses. Because of that, some of our products are made from reclaimed wood from old buildings or from logs that we salvaged from tree removal companies.
Never fear, though! We will only use the highest quality materials to build our furniture so they will last for years to come and be durable enough for everyday life.
What Kind of Shipping Do You Offer?
Any piece of furniture under 120 pounds and 7 feet long will be shipped using FedEx, USPS, or UPS. Keep in mind that legs will be shipped separately. If your piece of furniture exceeds those limitations, we will contact a freight company to deliver your epoxy table to you in a secure crate.