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Viesso’s Playful Koper Tables are Crafted from Salvaged Douglas Fir Beams in Los Angeles

Posted By Chris Ulloa On November 2, 2012 @ 11:45 am In Design,Green Furniture,Green Home decor,Innovation,Reader Submitted Content,Recycled Materials | No Comments

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This simple but fun table is made from reclaimed Douglas Fir [2] beams, which were collected from buildings in Los Angeles [3] that were set to be torn down. Neatly stacked, the ‘hollowed out’ gaps give the end table a slightly lighter feel, while the intersecting pattern provides a playful appeal reminiscent of the game Jenga. Viesso [4] produces this table locally in Los Angeles, and it’s preserved with linseed oil and a matte low-VOC finish.

+ Viesso [4]

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[2] Douglas Fir: http://inhabitat.com/recycled-materials

[3] Los Angeles: http://inhabitat.com/Los-Angeles

[4] Viesso: http://www.viesso.com/koper-15-x-15-reclaimed-wood-end-table.html

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