In its final form, resin is a hard and durable plastic that can be dyed any color. It’s commonly used to make river tables, as well as filling large voids or knot holes in an otherwise solid piece of wood. A combination of epoxy and hardener is left to set for several days and the finished result is a material that can be worked just like wood.
There are several different techniques that can be employed to give resin a variety of looks and finishes, including swirled, matte, and transparent.
Absolutely! We offer metal legs, typically made from steel and powder-coated with a matte black finish. Metal legs with custom designs and finishes are available on an order-by-order basis.
A waterfall is a design element where the legs and top of the table are cut from the same piece of wood. This results in continuous grain from end to end—up one leg, across the top, and down the opposite leg. This can be achieved with any material (live edge slabs, resin river tables, or dimensional lumber).
No. The weight of each piece and care required in transporting makes this impossible. Shipping does not allow us to ensure that the quality and craftsmanship we put into your piece stays intact during transport.