Furniture Hawaii

Hawaiian Koa Slab Table

This exquisite Hawaiian koa slab table is made from 100% Big Island koa wood. The widest part of the table top measures 44″, narrowing down to 33″ on the opposite end. This wide koa slab is an extremely rare find. The base is inspired by the historically relevant George Nakashima’s table. The rounded leg posts and the arch make this table elegant. The arch helps create a durable structure, making it an extremely stable table. Photos…

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Monkeypod waterfall bench

Here is our waterfall bench made of local hawaiian wood, known as monkeypod. The continuous grain flows beautifully from one leg to the other. We kept the natural edges of the monkeypod slab for a dynamic design. The shelves are made of oak, finished with black lacquer. This handcrafted bench compliments a contemporary home very nicely.    

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Wood console table with stainless steel base

Inspired by modern Italian design, this console table features Hawaiian monkeypod wood with natural curves, sitting on a stainless steel flat bar base. The monkeypod comes from the north shore area on Oahu. One long edge has been shaped with curves to give it a warm and natural feel. The base is somewhat sharp and stylish with modern design.

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10 Seater Monkeypod Dining Table

Here is a ten seater dining table we recently made. The table top is made of Hawaii grown monkeypod wood and the base from white oak. The base is finished in our signature Japanese Black lacquer coating. This table was designed by the customer himself and built by Satoshi Yamauchi.  

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George Nakashima tribute table

Here is a George Nakashima tribute dining table made by Satoshi Yamauchi. It is made entirely out of walnut wood. Its size is W 36″ x L 90″ x H 30″ and it was carefully designed as a table that can seat up to 8 people comfortably. The walnut wood was stained to a darker finish, giving it a charcoal color. This table combines both shaker style and Japanese aesthetics in one design. George Nakashima…

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