Carolina Farm Table builds custom furniture with a goal to create heirloom furniture to last generations. In 1980 John and Penny Ulery moved cross-country to Sparta and relocated their business to one side of a former Lowe’s Hardware building. Today, John and Penny’s son, Devin, and his team of woodworkers design and craft farmhouse tables, hutches, and other handcrafted pieces for the home from the same space. Each new piece of furniture from Carolina Farm Table starts with a conversation and continues with new or reclaimed locally sourced lumber. Much of the wood used to build their farmhouse tables is repurposed from old barns and other sources. Tabletops are hand-planed, creating a look that can’t be reproduced by a machine. Each piece created in their workshop is filled with handmade character and helps to provide a place for friends and family to gather, something Carolina Farm Table believes that everyone needs.
Visitors to Carolina Farm Table can see the process take place in the woodworking shop and explore all the custom options in the warehouse-style showroom. Carolina Farm Table offers an array of woods, finishes, and styles. Each piece is designed after conversations about the customer’s needs and preferences and finished to their preferences.
Open Monday-Friday by appointment.