David Stine Makes Tables From Naturally Dying Wood

 - Mar 20, 2010   Updated: Jul 14 2011
References: stinewoodworking & design-milk
Furniture designer David Stine uses only trees that have naturally reached the end of their lifespan. There's plenty of excess wood in the world, and these pieces show what great uses it can serve.

Among David Stine's original pieces are a tree trunk coffee table, a log sideboard, and a 10-foot long sycamore table. All of David Stine's pieces combine a eco-conscious sensibility and a strong desire for attention-grabbing furniture.

Implications - There is undoubtedly something amongst this environmentally loving collection for every space and every taste. Between the coffee table, sideboard and sycamore table David Stine's furniture is the perfect re-purposement of naturally dying wood. After all, why throw out quality wood if it could be refurbished to be as beautiful as these pieces?