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 green furniture,Green Home decor,Reader Submitted Content,Recycled Materials | No Comments
This simple but fun table is made from reclaimed Douglas Fir  beams, which were collected from buildings in Los Angeles  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  produces this table locally in Los Angeles, and it’s preserved with linseed oil and a matte low-VOC finish.
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