Live Edge Wood Slab Furniture

Live Edge Wood Slab Furniture from Alegacy Furniture

By: Alegacy Furniture  01/15/2016
Keywords: Furniture, natural, Wrought Iron

Cherokee Live Edge Hall Table This is one example of the use of live-edge wood slabs to create one-of-a-kind furniture. The natural woodgrain is evident and the edges of the slab reveal the natural shape of the tree that it came from. This is a great use of the edges which are usually cut off and discarded. It also makes a dramatic visual. Live edges can accent the tops of nearly any piece of furniture! Various wood and wrought iron bases are available or can be made to your design. Call Alegacy Furniture today to find furniture that is perfect for your home!

Keywords: Accent Furniture, Furniture, Hall Table, live edge, natural, Slab, Sofa Table, Wrought Iron

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