MDC Interiors Tables Offer Homes a Natural Green Accent

By: Katherine Vong - Published: Feb 1, 2012 • References: mdcinteriors & psfk
These tables by MDC Interiors makes it easy to give your home a naturalistic feel. A design firm owned by Mike Carpenter, MDC Interiors has created these tables out of reclaimed wood and inserted a center piece filled with green plants, moss and polished rocks.

There are two table designs -- Balance and Maka -- which symbolize the "dynamic and stable characteristics of nature." According to the designers, the long lines and worn edges of the table offer an interesting contrast to the growing plant life within.

Both of the MDC Interiors tables are made from salvaged wood from local construction sites and pallets that have been thrown away by local stores. Overtop each table, the designers have laid a 1/4-inch piece of polished glass. Stats for Sustainable Living Furniture Trending: Older & Average
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