resin river tree wood dining tables

by sharon on October 21, 2017

Resin river tree wood dining tables, comprise of slices of tree cut along its length.

The tree slices are book matched on opposite sides, as a result they have a mirror image,

a gap is left in the middle of the table which is filled with resin, this is called the river.

Resin river tree wood dining tables can also have the waney edge on the inner edge of the boards so that the straight edges are the outer edges making it possible to be used as a worktop or bar top.

Due to the huge variation of colours the resin feature can be adapted to a colour to suit any interior.

Pictured table below is English elm on perspex slabs,

the simplicity of the legs accentuates the natural beauty of the slab.

Resin river tree wood dining tables.

resin river tree wood dining tables

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