Waterfall coffee table design by Kelly Maxwell named “Claro Falls.” The design features a single wood slab cut with the roots attached. In addition, a notch cut from the live edge slab creates a leg via the fold. Thus, continuous flow from the floor to the end of the tabletop. While a fun, fresh burl wood coffee table is also functional.
Handcrafted from ethically sourced Juglans Hindsii, also known as Claro walnut, commonly used in walnut groves. Woodworkers around the world covet the wood from these trees. I prefer air-dried materials; thus, I carry a large inventory of natural wood materials. What does it mean to air-dry? Basically, I hold wood slabs for many years, allowing them to dry naturally. The average time from a tree cut down and milled to finish a finished coffee table takes at least 5 years.
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