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Slab wood dining table in a mid century style home

Towards the end of last year we delivered a dining table of ours. It was made of solid wood local Hawaiian monkey pod featuring natural live edges. The clean sap wood boasts shades of light yellow colors, at the same time showcasing subtle curves. The monkeypod top is made up of two slabs from the very same monkey pod tree grown in Hawaii. The legs were made of steel and powdered coated in black. This…

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Highly figured monkeypod table

Here is a highly figured monkeypod dining table with feather crotch features is a one-of-a-kind sable made locally in Kakaako, Honolulu. The slab was salvaged locally too, making this an extremely environmentally-friendly piece of furniture. This special slab top was matched with mid century walnut legs. Its compact size, being 52″ long and 30″ wide, is perfect for condo living. The whole table has been finished with clear coat satin varnish.    

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New inventory – Monkeypod slabs

Two monkeypod slabs were just added to our inventory.   Monkey pod slab 273 Size in its raw form:    Width 23″ – 49″    Length 94″    Thickness 9/4″  (Finish thickness 1-1/2″ ~ 1-3/4″) Some beautiful feather crotch grain on wider end of the slab ** The surface of this slab has been wet to show the approximate finished color.   Monkey pod slab 120 Size in its raw form:    Width 27″ –…

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Hawaiian Monkeypod Coffee Table

This coffee table was inspired by modern Italian design. It features Hawaiian monkeypod wood table top with natural curves, sitting on a stainless steel flat bar base. It measures L36″ x W36″ x H16″. The monkeypod was salvaged from the north shore area on Oahu. Two long edges have been shaped with curves. The stainless steel base has been fabricated in Hawaii too.  

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Headboard and closet doors

Our customer has recently sent us some photos of their newly decorated bedroom. The designer’s taste really shows. The white, green, brown, grey color palette really ties in well in this ocean front condo in Waikiki. The headboard and closet doors are made of sapele wood, stained to a “koa”-like color, finished in satin lacquer.    

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