Louisville Farm Tables
Clinton Hall took over as owner of Louisville Farm Tables in early 2018, though his history of building furniture began many years earlier. Clinton’s love for building began while still in high school. He would work alongside his Dad in their basement on various projects, and this allowed him to develop and grow in his woodworking skills and also in his love for creating and building. Over time he shifted from helping his Dad at their Frankfort home, to building custom furniture for his own home and family in the Louisville area. He began sharing photographs on social media of custom pieces he had built, and soon family and friends began requesting that he build furniture for them. This was a perfect fit!
In 2018, Clinton met Brent Jordan, who originally started the concept of the farm table rental business. Bringing both sides of the business together, Clinton purchased the rental company and now operates the business with both custom furniture design and farm table event rentals.
Our focus as a company continues to be on designing quality, made-to-order furniture that will last for generations. We desire to create furniture that is not only visually attractive, but also helps to make your house a home.
Our furniture is all custom-built to your specifications. We meticulously hand select each piece of wood, taking care to pay attention to the smallest of details. If it is not good enough for our home then it is not good enough for yours.
As a company we highly value family and community. Our hope is that your Louisville Farm Tables custom table would be a centerpiece in your home; a well-loved place for family and friends to gather, share a meal, and enjoy time together.
We would love to build your family table!
Clinton is a Frankfort, KY native who has a love for Faith, Family and Friends. He is married to the love of his life, Amy, and together they have two (soon to be three!) children, Caroline and Landon. When not building custom furniture Clinton enjoys spending time with his family, working on projects around the house, and riding the mower on the 10 acre family farm in Fisherville, KY.