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Salvaged wooden resin dining table

Salvaged wooden resin dining table Resin has swallowed a tree stump and salvaged wood to then showcase their au naturel magnificence by way of a very heavy side table and potentially unmovable dining table.

mth woodworks Tables  Bring a bit of the great outdoors right into your home. These tables from mth woodworks combine the raw, organic look of real, salvaged cedarwood tree stumps with the smooth, modern lines of a resin tabletop. Custom shapes, sizes and colors are available.

mth woodworks Tables Bring a bit of the great outdoors right into your home. These tables from mth woodworks combine the raw, organic look of real, salvaged cedarwood tree stumps with the smooth, modern lines of a resin tabletop. Custom shapes, sizes and

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Love this idea: using epoxy to "square off" the edges of a natural slab of wood, "highlighting the live nature of the wood while preserving modern lines (and easing maintenance).

Check out info on resin casting. You have a mold, mix the resin with a catalyst. Whatever is in the mold gets embedded in plastic.

Check out info on resin casting. You have a mold, mix the resin with a catalyst. Whatever is in the mold gets embedded in plastic. - This link doesn't include info, but it's a reminder to go check out more info on resin casting

achieved by pouring coloured epoxy onto the uneven surface of the wooden table. The colour of the resin is more or less intense depending on the varying depths of the wood across its surface.

By Japanese designer Jo Nagasaka of Schemata Architecture Office. The table smooth and colourful surface is achieved by pouring coloured epoxy onto the uneven surface of the wooden table. The colour of the resin is more or less intense depending.