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Product Description

Crafted from a solid piece of wood encased in clear acrylic, the Floem side table by Timothy Oulton will bring biophilic design straight into your living space. Due to natural variations in timber, the burntwood core of the table displays individual markings and characteristics “ which are further enhanced by the smooth acrylic surround. More than a practical piece to hold a drink or lamp, this side table is a real statement in unique style.
Width: 30cm
Depth: 30cm
Height: 43cm


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Burntwood and acrylic


Dust occasionally, clean with a soft cloth


The rustic nature of this range means no two pieces are the same, graining, colour variation and natural splits adding to the natural charm.

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Salvaged Driftwood

The Timothy Oulton driftwood and acrylic collection repurposes salvaged driftwood collected by hand from riverbeds and shores. The wood is dried, arranged in a mould, and liquid acrylic is poured. Then comes the process of cutting, sanding, and polishing.
The interaction between the acrylic and the wood - a living material - is highly sensitive. The finished piece has to be stabilized for a number of weeks to ensure perfect symbioses.

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Timothy Oulton Floem Side Table Burntwood and Acrylic


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