Gallery: Salvaged Wood Table Shines With a Slice of Color

 

San Francisco-based Anzfer Farms has taken an array of reclaimed wood and turn it into a table of wild textures with an unexpected slice of color. Their Slice Reflection Table started out as salvaged redwood handrail spokes and a reclaimed fir bookshelf. Cutting the redwood into wedges, the pieces were joined and then handsawn away to reveal a bright pop of color. By forming the fir into a V-shaped base with a coat of white paint, the reflection is intensified and provides a canvas for shifting hues that arise with changes in lighting.

+ Anzfer Farms

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