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Quirky Tree Trunk Tables Handmade From Salvaged Lumber
Posted By Diane Pham On March 3, 2011 @ 3:36 pm In Design,Green Furniture,Green Interiors,Green Materials,Innovation | 2 Comments
While these tables may look like they’re about to get up and walk out the door, don’t worry — they’ll stay put. Designed by Nicole Belanger these spectacular Nickadoo Tree Trunk Tables  have been handcrafted from the trunks of fallen trees found in a Quebec forest, or trees that have been cut by local lumber companies. Each trunk is cleaned (without chemicals), sanded, hand-polished, sent to a kiln for a few weeks to dry, and then set atop metal legs. Unfortunately, if you aren’t from the Great White North you’ll have to take a road trip to get your hands on one of these beauties – Nickadoo only delivers within the country.
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 Nickadoo Tree Trunk Tables: http://www.nickadoo.ca/tree-trunk-tables/
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