Live Edge Entrance Bench with storage

This is from my "Table Scap" line of work that I use high figure slabs that are not useable for table tops. I buy logs from a specialty saw mill in Pennsylvania cut, sequenced and dried. The first and last slabes of the tree have too mcuh sap wood to be used for dining table tops but are excellent use here. A figured log has the highest figure closest to the bark. Hence, this is the most vibrant part of the log. Notice when you walk across it how the grain has an opelessece that dances.
Invisible hinged seat stores shoes
Seattle, WA

Live Edge Entrance Bench with storage

$3,650.00
40 × 18 × 30 in

This is part of my "Table Scraps" line of work. Using wood that was at one time firewood. I buy entire logs from a specialty saw mill in Pennsylvania. The entire log is sliced in 1 1/4" slabs and numbered. The first and last leaves have too high of a sap wood content to use for dining tables but work perfectly for this application. Figure in a log is heaviest the closer to the bark. Hence these this piece is my highest figure of wood that I show. Notice how the grain dances as you walk past the front of the piece.
The seat lifts with invisible hinges and allows storage of shoes supported on a lattice shelf with an open back for ventilation.

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