reclaimed patchwork coffee table

by Margaret Taylor
Handmade
Recycled
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Out Of The Woodwork

Handmade from molding from houses and beaded board, this square coffee table is a patchwork quilt of interesting patterns and textures. Georgia artist Margaret Taylor joins folksy charm with modern geometric design in this sturdy steel patchwood table that will be a wonderfully unique accent in any home. Each is one-of-a-kind and will vary. Choose from large or small square coffee table. Handmade in Georgia. Available in your choice of colors:

Classic: Cool Northeastern grays, blues and whites
Harvest: Rich autumn reds, yellows, greens, browns and blues (Pictured at right in small size)
Natural: Warm variety of brown tones from dark chocolate to tan
Pastel: Soft pinks, baby blues, creamy mints and fresh whites (Pictured at left in large size)
Whites: Simple and sparse shades of white, off-white and natural

Only ground shipping is available for this item. Please allow 4-6 weeks for delivery.

At this time, this item can only be shipped to the contiguous 48 states. We regret it cannot be shipped to APO/FPO, or Puerto Rico. We apologize for any inconvenience.

Please note: prices vary due to the rarity of the reclaimed wood.

These items have been discontinued. When they sell out, they will no longer be available. We apologize for any inconvenience.

  • details
Handmade
Recycled
Item ID
16481
Made from
steel, reclaimed wood
Measurements
small - 35" W x 35" D x 17" H; large - 42" W x 42" D x 17" H
  • the maker
Margaret Taylor

Margaret Taylor

Margaret Taylor's business of creating artful picture frames, mirrors, furniture, birdhouses, garden and wall art actually began as a hobby. Taylor gained experience and knowledge helping her father on house projects. She was inspired by the fundamental beauty of paint and texture, and she soon gained the confidence and ability to imagine and create anything. Her business, Dryads Dancing, is now in its eleventh year.

Taylor has recently started working with other artists and designers, such as Simone Wilson. The purpose of the business is to make art that is unique, affordable and available. collection

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