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Eli Chissick's Gradient Coffee Table Mixes Natural Elements

 - May 14, 2014
References: mocoloco & mocoloco
Designer Eli Chissick's Gradient Coffee table is made using ten types of wood veneer laid in a grid that ranges from light to dark. The patterned furniture piece is a unique take on minimalism thanks to a simple form that is visually enhanced with unlikely material pairings.

Eli Chissick's varying veneer materials bring out the colors and textures of one another. The earthy table accessory "celebrates the natural beauty of wood" and is inspired by the designer's past works that were built using reclaimed wood scraps.

The Gradient Coffee table is made using a range of veneers including oak, wenge, maple, walnut and emboya among others. The modern furniture piece features an understated ombre effect that merges its ten varying materials into one immaculate creation.