Brooklyn-based furniture maker Noble Goods recently unveiled an impressive new line of tables and shelves that are made from salvaged and FSC-certified wood. Each piece features a resin inlay detail made from the most environmentally-friendly resin available that offers a variety of effects, from bright pops of color to illustrations that rely on subtler hues. The newest additions to the collection are a set of waterfall tables and floating shelves that feature clean lines and signature resin details.
Christopher Moore and Molly FitzSimons founded Noble Goods in the basement of their home on the premise that they were going to do what they love and do it well.
They began experimenting with different forms and materials and eventually created a line that includes handcrafted coasters, side tables, men’s and women’s wristwear, and cheeseboards featuring their signature, appropriately-themed resin inlays for each.
Their newest collection of Waterfall Tables and Floating Shelves are made from locally salvaged wood with an interesting back story.
Using a resin inlay technique whereby liquid resin is poured into solid wood that has been carved, Noble Goods creates a smooth, colorful line that contrasts with the roughness of the surrounding wood.
10% of Noble Goods’ annual profits are donated to Habitat for Humanity with the hope that those in need around the world will be provided with decent, affordable homes.