Palo Samko’s beautiful use of wood grain


Brooklyn based designer Palo Samko really has an eye for making the most of wood’s natural grains and patterns. His unusual porfolio is an eclectic mix of various pieces of furnature, all with a bit of a twist.

The above image is of his Constellation Table – which, as the name would suggest, represents the night sky.

The above is the End Grain table, made using reclaimed white oak and cherry top. The design of the table itself is simple but the gorgeous grain patterns really makes this a special piece.

For more of his quite extraordinary work, click the link to his site above. Highly unusual, but incredibly effective.

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