First it was silver candlesticks fashioned to look like tree branches. Then it was faux bois white resin furnishings that were all the rage. These days hunks of the real thing are showing up in the most stylish rooms. Logs as side tables are particularly popular, as are glass topped bases of gnarled branches. Have a look at my piece “Branching Out” in the Boston Globe Magazine for the best finds in Boston. Below are amazing pieces you can find online.
Desk Table by Jacob Kulin, $4,900 at D Scale.
Harry Allen Branch Table, on sale $319 at Design Public.
Driftwood Table, $1,295 at Pieces.
Driftwood Coffee Table, c.1950, $900 at Stellar Union on 1st Dibs.
Walnut Trestle Dining Table $4,800 at Spindler Antiques.
Old Vine Round Side Table, $$994 at Napa Style.
Entwined Root Coat Stand, $259 at Viva Terra.
Log Stool by Shimna, $550 at Burke Decor. (Use code “ADORE” for 20% off.)
Natural Tree-Stump Side Table, $229 at West Elm.
Enchanted Forest Modern Tree Trunk Stool, $360 at Nova68.
Gold Leaf Log Stool, $350 at Branca. (See “Fall Into The Season”.)
Driftwood Mirror, $1,942 at Pieces.
Tree Coat Stand by Michael Young, $895 at Nova68
Faux Bois Pillar Candle, $35 at Branca. (See “Fall Into The Season”.)
Stool Taqqiq at Bleu Nature.
Maple Stool, $1,900 at D Scale.
Faux Bois Glass Hurricane, $175 at Branca. (See “Items from $20-$400”.)
Nantucket Driftwood, $200 at Napa Home.
Gold Twig Grid Mirror at Christopher Guy.