ok, I know they are not technically faceted, but I didn’t know what else to call them! broken mirror cut into intentional shapes and framed with a variety of hardwoods (reclaimed oak, cherry and walnut are shown here); sanded and oiled.
i’m not sure what this incredibly heavy industrial pedestal was initially for, but now it’s got a solid maple top and is ready for the middle of your small kitchen. or anywhere else, i don’t know your life.
if form and function were to have a baby – this very well may be what it would look like. sleek and sturdy, this mixed wood bar cart has as much personality as it does potential uses. the salvaged metal frame has a perfect patina and received a coat of poly to keep it exactly that way.
We found this lovely mid century chair at auction but it had an institutional blue canvas so I recovered it. The table is a combination of singer sewing machine base, an oval table top found in a barn, and scrap of hardwood on the bottom. The planter is Cara Taylor.
I’d sit there.