Tree slice tables

Tree slice tables have no limits, nature has given us such a wonderful fully renewable material, and you can own a truly remarkable item of furniture made from a fantastic slab of English hardwood. Tree slices are many hundreds of years old, and you have the knowledge...

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Live Edge Tables

Live edge tables Live edge tables are simply a single slice of or two consecutively cut slabs of timber made in to a unique table, without a doubt the greatest artist of these was the late George Nakashima, he produced some stunning live edge tables and worked with...

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Root table

 Root table Root table, the market is being flooded with teak root tables as shown on a saturday show, they are marketed as coming from a substainable source, however huge swaves of teak forests are being cut down to make way for palm oil plantations, there is nothing...

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Live edge console hall table

Live edge console hall table, a fantastically underestimated item of furniture, the live edge console hall table or hall table is an extremely versatile landing place when coming home, the console table was designed for hallways simple in construction yet a very...

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Tree trunk dining tables

Tree trunk dining tables, are we missing a trick? we slice, we cut, chop up, and shape timber in to some truly amazing items of furniture, but so few tree trunk dining tables are produced. With careful drying over long periods of time, allowing the moisture content to...

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Natural wood poseur table/ breakfast table

Ever wanted a natural wood poseur table/breakfast table/ kitchen island, but never had room, maybe only room for a table so you have had to forgo the island? Well this simple idea deals with the problem. Ideal for a small place we set the finished height at 900 mm the...

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Natural edge dining tables

Natural edge dining tables, are made from waney edge timber, to obtain the natural edge, the tree is cut length ways along the trunk retaining the edge, the natural edge timber is then planed to make the bottom and top surfaces level.                 The...

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