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These teak and resin candleholders pair modern and classic materials in the most eye-catching, elegant way. | As seen in Chicago Home & Garden Sept. 2014

These teak and resin candleholders pair modern and classic materials in the most eye-catching, elegant way.

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What is this? A designed cube, a chair, or maybe a table? But it's so beautiful with the exposed wood, and the Kollektiv Plus Zwei founders Stefanie Högl and Matthias Borowski seem to have found that sweet spot between art, design and styling.

Natural material suspended in resin to create these beautiful furniture which also preserve their natural surfaces // By the Italian designer Alcarol.

Alcarol traps natural materials in resin to form furniture collection

mint gallery alcarol for LDF London Design Festival natural materials suspended in resin to create furniture by Italian design duo Alcarol will be displayed at the Mint Gallery during the London Design Festival next week (+ slideshow).

SDA's innovative Wood & Ice Material...The unusual association of Teak Root and Resin, a surprising contrast of material for a stunningly luxurious effect (tabletops, stools and wall panels come in this material). For more inspirations: www.bocadolobo.com home furniture, designer furniture, inspirations ideas, exclusive furniture, design ideas, home decor ideas, interior design ideas @bocadolobo

The unusual association of Teak Root and Resin, a surprising contrast of material for a stunningly luxurious effect (tabletops, stools and wall panels come in this material).

Handcrafted Natural Edege Wood Turning made from by Colemancrafts

Handcrafted Natural Edege Wood Turning made from Cherry Bark & Maple Wood with a Clear Blue Resin Top - Collectible Art, Wedding Gift, Rare

Artist Matt Brown used epoxy to fix the gaps in the wood for his shelves. I love Surfing and carving wood. This makes sense to me, beautifully done.

Artist Matt Brown says, It was pretty heavily cracked and pitted, with knotholes and so on. But, I had a plan. A technique traditionally used with a color-matched epoxy to the wood, to give an ‘invisible’ repair.

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