{Steven Gambrel’s beach home – I’ll post the rest if you’d like}find a similar table here..I love when found objects are transformed into furniture, accessories, art etc.. in this case I’m referring to driftwood. You can’t go wrong mixing one of these in with other causal or {not so} pieces!{Kelly Wearstler – Sands hotel}this version available here!Chase Booth’s bathroom as seen in Dominothe mirror above is available here!Image #1 – Steven Gambrel’s Sag Harbor home scanned by Shelter from Rooms to Inspire in the Country

14 thoughts on “Gnarly”

  1. Very, Very cool pieces!
    Would love to use that first table in a beach house… only I do not own one….. hmmmm 😉

    Have a a wonderful weekend!
    Northern Light

  2. Wow, these are cool. Kind of creepy, but some would be perfect for my new office! I hope you have a wonderful day and hopefully, hopefully, you check out my blog and like it. Although I need to figure out how to add pictures and make it look more like a published horror authors site. I'm brand new to blogging and just want to meet some new people. I'm not trying to push at all. Hopefully I see some new stuff on here soon.

  3. Such a great topic to post about! Everytime I see driftwood I think of my Mom – she has loved it and been collecting it since I was a little girl. So it has special meaning to me and I love the natural feel of it. That table and mirror are spectacular!

  4. I just did a post on some driftwood I found in Nantucket. I didnt make it into a cool lamp or table like this amazing pieces, but its still fun to look at!

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