Gallery: 12×12 Designers Transform Reclaimed NYC Lumber Into Fresh Mode...

Photo by Mike Chino for Inhabitat
Design Brigade showcased a beautiful 'Low Table' made from Cony Island boardwalk planks. The table exhibits the weathered texture of the wooden planks that compose it, and it features slots for storing books, magazines, and other media.

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1 Comment

  1. Arqen May 22, 2012 at 11:51 pm

    Cool chair. Elegant and durable. It uses more material than needed, and it looks heavy.

    But I bet the sculpted, salvaged wood would be hard to re-salvage at the end of the chair’s life, so it’s important to maximize its life by making it freakin tough.