There are a lot of live edge slab tables on the market these days. So when one of my clients asked about one, I suggested that we run the natural edge down the center of her table. Try something different!The result was a table style we’re calling “the San Andreas”. The meandering joint line resembles a fault line on a topographic map, and the areas where the slabs move away from each other look like a bodies of water on a map. Each San Andreas table is a custom order because the slabs are different every time. We currently have walnut slabs to accommodate table lengths anywhere from 4′ dining table to a 17′ long conference table. Of course, longer slabs can be purchased. For info and pricing, please contact us.
For those that are interested in the process of making this table, here is a short slide show.
…and here are a few photos of the finished product.
This is one of my favorites. A set of steel-clad coffee tables from the Cubodron accent table collection. Also available in copper. Follow this link to see the collection on the website: Cubodron Collection
I am putting the finishing touches on this custom upholstered Half Moon bench. It ships out the end of this week to a designer in New York. When I told her we could customize the upholstery she had this Pierre Frey linen sent from Paris. This is by far the most colorful Half Moon bench I have done yet. Below are a couple of shots of the reclaimed oak bench base in process.
Cast your vote!Brecon Estate Winery is in the running for a design award from the IIDA (International Interior Design Association). I had the opportunity to work on this project last year, building some of their furnishings including the coffee tables in the above photo. Follow this link and vote for “Aidlin Darling Design-Brecon Estate Winery”. Here are some of the other pieces we built for their project (below)
Today I dropped off this cubodron steel-clad side table at Ashley & Vance Engineering to go with one of my upholstered benches (that they already had). They finally got their logo up on the wood wall we did last year.see more from our cubodron accent table collection