Live Edge

Just as each of us is unique in our shape and form, live edge furniture is as diverse as the tree it comes from.  No two trees are alike, therefore no two pieces of furniture will be alike.  You are getting a truly unique, one of a kind  piece of nature’s art.

 This live edge table from The Phillips Collection can be used for dining or would make a great table desk.

 Now this is a wild desk.  Another great creation from The Phillips Collection.  See the console tables in the background – way cool!

What a great take on a nest of tables!

Live edge tables and Old Hickory upholstery were made for each other.

You can go for a more refined look in live edge tables, like the following from Century Furniture, or more rustic like the next grouping from Groovy Stuff (you’ll know when Century ends and Groovy Stuff starts).

This Dining Room table and Cocktail table are from Century’s Milan Collection, an eco-contemporary collection inspired by nature.  The Polished Stainles Steel bases contrast beautifully with the debarked wood slab tabletops.

This console uses a matte Bronze Finished Brass for those who prefer a more muted use of materials.

I bet you guessed we’ve moved on to Groovy Stuff?????  They use reclaimed teak root balls to create the most unusual and unique furniture.  I’ll show you more pieces but to see the entire collection check out their web site http://www.groovystuff.com

The Sierra Woodland Table and Marquis Side Chair make dining a whole new experience!

No how cool is that for a pub table?  Pretty groovy I’d say!

The Badlands Root Chair – WOW

The Tuscan Mirror comes large or small.  Dont’ forget the Eclipse Mirror that is coming soon to Stange’s from Rachel Jones the winner of the design contest at the spring market.

Groovy Stuff even does accessories.

Create your own sign with the Sahara ABC Letters

Live edge designs bring a very organic feel to whatever room you use them in.  Let your imagination be your guide, have fun, lots of fun!!!

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