This commissioned coffee table is finally home! It is made of oak around the perimeter, 2x4 blocks in the center, dyed epoxy resin to fill in the gaps and accentuate the end grain, and galvanized pipe legs.
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Artisan Quatrofoil Bombe End Table - Green
I love the wallpaper and the colors. The furniture is quite nice as well except for maybe the bed. Well done bedroom decor from Spenser-Churchill Designs.
Troncos pintados como mesitas laterales.
#EndGrain by @RawEdgesDesignStudio The collection which consists of a #bench an #armchair and a console #table is an elaboration of the Endgrain technique #RawEdges had previously developed at their #London studio. The idea behind Endgrain is to harness the #grain of the #wood in order to carry #dye along the sections of #timber. Blocks dyed with different pigments are then glued together with the grains facing up to create three-dimensional patterns - then shaped with a #CNC machine…