Lost In The Woods

By Jennie Nunn / January 5, 2018

From serving bowls made of olivewood to Moroccan-inspired tables, the latest sampling of natural goods made from reclaimed and repurposed wood.

NATURE PRESERVE

Crafted from a repurposed pine shipping pallet, West Elm’s Reclaimed Wood Trays add a rustic touch to the dining table or home office. 

TABLE FOR TWO

Recalling a Moroccan design, the Isla Wood Table is made of mango wood and topped with white marble. 

TIME TO CHECK

Constructed of salvaged wood, the Reclaimed Wood-Wheel Clock has an Old World vibe. Find it at Anthropologie.

GREEN THUMB

Create a touch of elegance in the backyard (or the patio) with Restoration Hardware’s Leo Salvaged Wood & Metal Planters made from reclaimed Norwegian timbers and adorned with cast iron lions. 

TREE HOUSE

Made from olivewood that is sanded on three sides, the Live Edge Cutting Board features a sculptural, naturally gnarled and twisted tree trunk.

GO WITH THE GRAIN

Make a bold statement with the food-safe Large Olivewood Serving Bowl handcarved from non-productive olive trees from Tunisia, Africa. 


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Jennie Nunn

West Coast Contributing Editor at Organic Spa Magazine
Jennie Nunn, Organic Spa's West Coast Contributing Editor, is a former editor at magazines including Sunset, California Home+Design, and 7x7. Her work has appeared in publications such as C, The Hollywood Reporter, AFAR, Destination Weddings+Honeymoons, The San Francisco Chronicle, Luxe Interiors+Design, San Francisco Magazine, Gotham, Capitol File, 5280, Houston Brides, and 805 Living. 
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