The soft gleam of waxed wood finishes, and the natural shapes of vines and tree trunks, distinguishes the new use of wood in decorative accessories. Wood grain, also, is a big hit, appearing everywhere from sheets to tabletop accessories.
As unique as nature itself, this burlwood dish is hand carved from the stumps and burls of reclaimed fir trees. Designed for chips and dip, this piece will be the life of the party.
Available atJayson Home and Garden
Either hung alone or clustered together, these mirrors, which are polished slices from root burls of fir trees, can completely change the look of your wall. Each piece of mirror has been hand-cut to fit each organically-formed shape.
From $60 to $150
Available atVelocity Art and Design
A tangle of roots form this delightful table's base and, because each one is built by nature and nailed by hand, no two tables will look alike.
A slice of natural wood, polished to a liquid glow, tops a trio of retro iron legs in this coffee table, a perfect antidote to store-bought furniture.
Available atPieces Inc.
Inspired by Scandinavian woodworkers, this carved natural wood mirror gives its traditional scrolls a new modern twist.
Available atJamie Young
The base of this oblong birch table lamp is made from actual old jungle vines, which have shaped themselves into this twisted creation.
$465 Available at Jamie Young