Inspired by patterns found on Scandinavian tiles, the designers of this home laser cut this wood panel for a show-stopping piece.
A different view of the panel shows its size and influence in separating different areas of the house.
For a custom-made art installation, pick a pattern you like and work with your architect or designer to have it professionally laser cut. Iron (shown here) is a great material to cut for a strong statement.
The Artichoke pendant, with 72 laser-cut copper leaves, glows above a laser-cut bowl on this dining table.
Wood also can be laser cut to create artistic patterns like the flowered-inspired one on this clock.
Laser-cut screens can provide a focal point in a room. This screen was placed in an alcove and enhanced by dark vases.
A laser-cut shower curtain adds modernity and texture to this small bathroom.
In this efficient and inventive home, a slider with circular laser cuts becomes an art installation.
A wooden audio/video storage console brings in nature's charm via laser-cut images of the forest on metal doors.
Designer Chris Kabatsi designed this Coral side table for Arktura. An algorithmically generated pattern was cut on steel for a futuristic look.
This inventive wood placemat, created by German designer Sarah Finn, was laser-cut from reddish mahogany. This is also available in blonde maple.