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In Stitches2 of 10
Uhuru Design's Stitched Table is split nearly in two yet reinforced by four X-shaped "stitches." The seafoam-green seams and matching frame create a surprising contrast with the walnut, making it a standout piece in any living room.
SHOP NOW: Stitched Table, price available upon request
Slice of Life3 of 10
This oak-handled knife by Treestump Woodcrafts is a sure conversation piece, with its open design and the subtle infusion of turquoise inlaid in the natural cracks of the wood.
SHOP NOW: Random Cutting Knife, $40
Great Oaks4 of 10
Reclaimed wood is all the rage, and Restoration Hardware gives it a modern update with its Parsons design. Available in four sizes, this oak dining table is ideal for both the rustic farmhouse and the urban studio.
SHOP NOW: Parsons Reclaimed Russian Oak Dining Table, from $2,495
Base Camp5 of 10
Warm up your bedside with the Boya Lamp, crafted from either natural maple or reclaimed American oak. The thick base and vintage electric company bulb will give any space an industrial feel.
SHOP NOW: Boya Lamp, $360
Simply Stumped6 of 10
West Elm gets in on the outdoorsy fun with this tree stump side table. Use it to hold books, prop your feet up, or simply accent a nearby sofa.
SHOP NOW: Natural Tree Stump Side Table, $199
Ancient Times7 of 10
While wooden slabs are popular tabletop decor these days, Jayson Home takes things one step further by offering these petrified trays that are said to be more than 20 million years old. Use them as charger plates on your dinner table.
SHOP NOW: Petrified Wood Trays, from $65
Bowled Over8 of 10
At first this modern wood bowl looks to be splattered with vibrant paint. But the craftsmen at Treestump Woodcrafts actually inlaid bright turquoise into hard mesquite wood to create this carved serving piece.
SHOP NOW: Small Mesquite Salad Bowl, $300
In the Stacks9 of 10
Backsplashes and wall treatments get a natural update courtesy of Everitt & Schilling Tile, a company that specializes in upcycled and repurposed wood wall tiles. Create sculptural wall decor or add a modern yet provincial touch to your bathroom with a customized configuration.
SHOP NOW: Wood Tile, price varies
Set in Steel10 of 10
Israeli designer Hilla Shamia brings new life to discarded pieces of wood by combining them with cast aluminum. The result is a collection of accent tables and benches with one-of-a-kind personality.
SHOP NOW: Wood Casting Tables, prices available upon request