furniture. Wednesday , June 28th , 2017 - 15:07:38 PM
You could just take a tree stump, bring it in your home and call it a stool or a side table. It would look nice and charming but it wouldn’t really stand out in an extraordinary way. If you want that, you should pick one of these designs. Each one is the result of a rather strange and intriguing project which turns simple tree stumps into works of art.
The term “credenza” seems like a pretty pretentious word, another name for what we commonly know as a sideboard, a buffet or a server. But why do we even have so many names for what seems to be one and the same thing? Even though the similarities are very numerous, there are also small details that distinguish each of these furniture pieces from the other similar options. Also, they’ve each come a long way since they were first invented and a lot of changes occurred over time.
The Undergrowth Collection is a series composed of side tables and stools made from a combination of wood and resin. The logs used by alcarol to create these pieces are retrieved from the undergrowth of the Italian Dolomite mountains and they are cast in resin together with their bark and native plants. This way their beauty is preserved and immortalized to be admired and appreciated in the future.
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