The 110"x40" bookmatched top on this came together beautifully, including some great walnut feathered grain on it. The legs were a custom design by our client, and I think they turned out beautifully, especially where you can see the grain continuing throughout the fluting.
This was our first time hearing of mappa burl - our client came to us with that name asking if we could find a slab to make a dining table for them and after digging into a few of our suppliers, we came up with this spectacular piece.
This was a great collaborative design between our client and oursaelves on the thick solid aluminum leg - wanting something unique but being carful not to over-design the leg. The result with the beautiful raw edge top is a great blend of the modern with the organic.
A 4ft x 5ft puzzle coffee table made out of salvaged mango wood - a collaborative design with Martha Dayton Interior Design and the good people at Bjorling and Grant.
This went to a custom home on the ocean in Costa Rica - a 4ftx5.5ft two level bookmatched coffee table made out of salvaged monkeypod with steel slab legs.
This was part of a project for a new and pretty incredible home in Costa Rica. We took two bookmatched salvaged monkeypod slabs and made two 9ft dining tables that could be butt ended to each other to create one giant 18ft table.
This was a pretty amazing Siberian Elm dining table with one waterfall leg and one steel slab leg - that went to a client in the Denber area somewhere....
A custom (but repeatable of course!) kitchen table with a great looking, non-knee knocking, sturdy stainless steel table base.
This is a single slab of walnut with a nice little pencil drawer and lucite legs to give it that floating in the middle of the room feeling.
This is a giant dining table - 10ft long by 48" wide and made out of one single 16ft long slab. The legs were perfectly mitered to keep the waterfall grain effect on both ends and the raw edges beautifully frame the table.