Written by Katie on May 14, 2008. Permalink
Very similar to the Reclaimed Wood Coffee Table and the Railroad Tie Dining Table, this bookshelf and console have spare iron frames that show off the aged wood to its best advantage.
“Airy, open, and equally suited to penthouse and farmhouse alike, our Driscoll bookshelf is amply scaled for vases, dishware and art books (and the art, too). Refinished railroad-tie shelves have smooth surfaces and rough, raw edges that bring warm rusticity to the modern blackened steel frames. Hand-waxed finish; oiled and waxed iron frame. Assembly required. Additional shipping, $150.”
60″L x 15″D x 72″H.
$895.00, Buy it here.
“Airy, open, perfectly proportioned for living room display, dining-room dishware, entryway style. The frame is dipped in oil, torched, then hand waxed. Assembly required. Additional shipping, $75.”
60″L x 18-1/4″D x 34-1/4″H.
$595.00, Buy it here.