chopped tables

I’ve got a fondness for wooden dowels because they’re one of my favorite raw materials to work with for DIY projects. You can dip them in rubber, paint them, drill through to make a tent- they always feel full of possibility. Designer Yuval Tal decided to cut, paint and wrap them in a metal ring to create these beautiful tables that require no glue or screws for stability. Inspired by a color blindness test, Yuval created each beech wood table to have a unique top and offers them in three different sizes. I love the green and orange together, but they’d of course look cute all grouped together like the images above. If you’re interested in checking them out in more detail or ordering a table, click here to visit Yuval’s site.

  1. These are really nice, I’m really into my wood furniture at the moment.
    I’m currently making a pallet desk for my bedroom!

  2. Andrea says:

    I love these tables. I have a feeling they will be in my dreams tonight…

  3. Agus says:

    Very pretty!

  4. Art and Chic says:

    so cute and pretty!

  5. Yeshen says:

    Great, they actually look quite comfortable.

  6. Dianna CHarisse says:

    i love your tables, we have so many available and recyclable stuff here…wish the tools for making those are accessible though :(


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