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Furniture legs

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4ft x 10ft Dining Table | wildcardwoods

One of the most satisfying things that I build is a dining table. The stories and memories that will be told and had around a table is something that is extremely important to me. This past Thanks…

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Eking it Out table is made out of recycled table legs | Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

"Why we are always striving for something new and not re-using what we already have?" That's the question Rupert Herring asked with his recycled table made out of table legs.