Trend: True wood

By Corinna vanGerwen »Corinna vanGerwen

March 23rd, 2009

Reclaimed elmwood coffee table, 35" square x 16"h, $900

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I’ve been noticing a lot of furniture pieces and accessories made from driftwood, branches and logs lately. The whole faux bois trend turning toward a “true wood” trend, if you will. Of course, there’s a standing tradition of chairs, chandeliers and occasional tables made from branches and logs in cottage country, but this latest development means wider variety of looks, some more refined than rough-hewn stumps.

Here’s a selection of pieces from Angus & Company in Toronto, one of the many places where you’ll find this look.

Photo above and left: Reclaimed elmwood coffee table, 35" square x 16"h, $900
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Reclaimed elmwood shelving unit, 28"w x 13"d x 77"h

Redwood table lamp with linen shade, 32"h with 19" dia. shade, $695


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