Furniture & Art



Knee Notch

The “Knee Notch” sofa table consists of a 1 1⁄2” thick walnut slab with one walnut and one cherry wood supporting leg and a visual look of the legs passing through the table top slab. The lighter wood edges, with bark still attached, define the tree’s growth and accent detailing. The cantilevered 3⁄4” thick, black and earth-tone granite shelf is supported by a steel support bracket. The sofa table reflects natures creation in a refined contemporary, rustic design with a clear-coat finish. This unique piece of wood was found in the rolling hills of southern Tulsa County.

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Bridged Ravine

The “Bridged Ravine” cocktail table consists of a truncated shaped piece of burled maple, 33” X 20”, and tapered steel base with a rust patina finish. The opposite supporting leg of walnut, with naturally aged cavities, is connected to the truncated base using 1 1⁄2”” diameter steel pipes with a rust patina finish, bridging the two wood components together. The oval shaped, 3⁄4” thick glass top, has a triple waterfall polished edge, allowing you to see natures ravine-type detailing. The wood was harvested from fallen trees in Claremore, Oklahoma, the hometown of Will Rogers.

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Dancing Root

The “Dancing Root” cocktail table is a juxtaposition of rose wood that seems to have a vibrant movement a clear-coat finish. Liquid turquoise fill some of the fissures in the wood to help add a subtle southwest art feel to the piece. The 3/4” thick glass top has a polished edge detailing the measures 52” x 46” with 45-degree corners. This one of a kind piece of wood is from the jungles of Costa Rica.

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Heartwood Fan

The “Heartwood Fan” cocktail table consists of a 3” thick parrota slab top, supported by an L-shaped steel bracket arm with heartwood set between the two L-shaped steel brackets with bolt connections and steel base plate. The steel bracket arm and base plate is painted semi-gloss black, while the opposite support leg is of cherry wood. The table is a blend of a contemporary shape cut of growth rings and industrial detailing. Coming from a jungle in Costa Rica, this piece of wood is a one of one in color and shape.

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Heartwood Leaf

The “Heartwood Leaf” wall clock is a unique 3 1⁄2” cut of the tree with a clear-coat finish to accent the natural grain lines of burl wood. A golden bronzed metal Roman Numeral clock face is surface mounted at one point. so to position the clock to compensate for any possible mounting irregularities. The painted industrial look, black steel strapping components were designed for ease in securing to a flat wall surface with either a single counter-sunk screw or wood stud framing of 16” O.C. This piece of wood was purchased in Claremore, Oklahoma.

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Twisted Canyon

The “Twisted Canyon” dining/lobby entry table base is a unique, one-of-a-kind find from the jungles of Costa Rica that measures a floor space of 104” x 84” x 29”. The intertwining natural root embodiment creates interesting cavern like voids and depressions that are enriched by the natural finish of Parrota wood while highlighting the beautiful graining patterns and placement of turquoise and black resin accents. There are several ¾” thick glass top options available to meet the design, aesthetic, and functional needs of the owner. The owner of this piece will make a memorable artistic statement for either a dining or lobby entry space for its users.

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Angle Iron Log

The “Angle Iron Log” bench consists of walnut with a 2” wide X 1⁄4” thick flat steel leg, embedded steel hand straps, a rusted patina, and clear-coat finish. This piece of wood was purchased in the rolling hills of Northwest Arkansas.

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Cavern Lake

The “Cavern Lake” cocktail table is a 4 1⁄2” thick top slab of solid walnut and two 2” supporting solid legs of walnut. The outer growth ring and bark helps to define the unique irregular shape of the table top, with accents of liquid black fill in selected crevice areas, and support legs having a clear-coat finish to accentuate the growth rings. The 3⁄4” thick glass top mimics the table shape while giving an illusion of cavern-type lake depths in the table top. This wood was procured from the nearby forests of the Ozarks in Northwest Arkansas.

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Mesa Fissures

The “Mesa Fissures” cocktail table consists of a 5 1⁄2” thick solid slab of pecan, with a clear-coat finish. The natural fissures/cracks in the wood create an interesting “landscape” art composition on the table top, while 3⁄4” solid steel support legs are embedded into the table top. Each steel support leg, with a large fissure-type cut, has a special turquoise and rusted patina finish that gives a contemporary southwest motif to the entire table. The 3⁄4” glass top is cut to conform to the shape of the table top. This piece of wood was selected from the hillsides near Stroud, Oklahoma where the trees are large and the roots have significant girth.

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Crater Flats

The “Crater Flats” cocktail table consists of a 2 1⁄2” thick solid slab of walnut with the natural bark still in place. The crater-type holes are filled with smooth round river bed rocks. To introduce a contemporary industrial look to the table; a supporting twisted steel re-bar configuration and base plate were incorporated with a natural raw steel and clear-coat finish. The opposite supporting leg is a solid wood piece of walnut. The wood components were extra-dried to increase strength due to natures creative design, and selected from the nearby hills of the Ozarks.

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Iron Claw Mesa

The “Iron Claw Mesa” cocktail table consists of a thick walnut solid slab of with natural bark edging. The holes created by nature are not filled. A steel plate base and “box” supports the overall weight of the wood slab on top, while 3⁄4” steel tube, u-shaped brackets add additional perimeter support and resting arms for the 3⁄4” glass top with frosted edge detailing. This conforms to the irregular shape of the table top. All steel components are painted a satin black to add a contemporary industrial look to the table. The walnut slab was selected from the nearby Northwest Arkansas hillsides.

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