Hurricane Sandy Occasional Table (2013)

Hurricane Sandy Occasional Table (2013)

We’ve said we don’t use driftwood in our furniture, but it’s not quite true. We differentiate “driftwood” from “dockwood,” our normal material, by defining it as tree trunks, roots, and branches salvaged from our saltwater environment, as opposed to lumber from old docks.

This table, part of our “Hurricane Sandy Collection,” was made from a broken slab of cut sandstone that had a hole drilled in it, and pieces of cypress trunks, all debris from the storm that was in a 5-foot pile in our yard.

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