Beautiful Wildfire Table Made from Multi-tone Scraps of Acacia Wood

by , 04/05/10

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This striking multi-tone wildfire table is made from random offcuts of plantation acacia wood that would normally be pulped or thrown away. The name is given because of the mixing of light and dark pieces to create an eye-catching color combination reminiscent of flames licking across the surface. The ends of the table are left uncut to accentuate the character of each individual wood piece. Each table is constructed in Thailand by craftspeople from the area using locally available materials.


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  1. Lirim Ibrahimi June 30, 2010 at 8:52 pm

    Hi, its me Ibrahimi Lirim

    thanks to all people to there ECO view…

    best Regards from Habitat Earth Indonesia

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