75 natural wood slab tables Products
Take a back-to-nature approach for your table. This four-piece place setting is hand-crafted from completely natural materials. Glazed surfaces feature a craquelure effect, while those left unglazed are painted to resemble the grain and color of wood.
Pure Nature Blue 4pc Place Setting
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Your cozy bowl of soup will be taken to a whole new level with this set of four beautifully hand-glazed and painted bowls. The inside sparkles with a cracked glaze, while the exterior is painted for a charmingly rustic look. Each set is like a work of art to be enjoyed at your table for many years...
Pure Nature Moon Set of 4 Soup Plates/Lids
$48 · More Colors
Get color coordinated. Not only do these coasters protect your tabletop, they also match back to other pieces for a perfectly coordinated look. Each is made of handwoven rattan that's decorated with wood beads in a turquoise hue for a pop of brilliant color.
Round Rattan Coasters with Wood Beads, Set of 4
$34.50 Only 5 Left
All you need are three more friends to help you drink it. A curved, reclaimed wine barrel stave is cut and drilled to hold four stemmed wineglasses on top of a bottle of your favorite vintage. Grab a waiter's corkscrew, put a white bar towel over your arm and take it all to the table to impress...
Gray felt with natural wood and white ceramics is such a winning combination. To me, this mix of warm and cool natural elements is totally irresistible.
I've always liked the look of a nice, wooden iPhone dock, and this modern design would look great on my bedside table.
This sliced wood door mat is the perfect way to transition from indoors to out. It's a lovely way to bring an organic yet contemporary element into your home.Qingke wood with a natural finishIndoor or outdoor use (store indoors during inclement weather)For indoor use, ensure mat is well...
Branch Mat CB2
The batik detailing and natural wood construction of this cheese set are perfect for either an indoor or outdoor get together. Pair a few cheeses with a flight of wine for a night of alfresco tasting, and you've got yourself a perfect backyard summer event.
This driftwood leaf has such a unique shape and is completely made of wood. Wouldn't you love to hold napkins in this on your kitchen table?
We're suckers for fun uses of driftwood over here at Houzz. Whether it's a driftwood lamp, a driftwood coffee table base, or, well, just a piece of found driftwood, it's all good. So we're gaga over this groovy little driftwood covered hurricane. * Wood, recycled glass * 10"H, 8" diameter ...
A really good serving board makes even the simplest spread look grand. This one stands out because it is made from salvaged wood and features a stunning natural edge.
Get the rustic look along with a little charm, courtesy of these nesting herb crates. Fill with plants, cookbooks, or whatever you like for added storage space in the kitchen.
On those special occasions when you need something fancy, amp it up with these tree-themed, gold-toned plates and bowls.
This is a great outdoor (or indoor) seating option. It's perfect for plopping down in the grass with some blankets and pillows and creating a cozy sitting area. I love the ethnic feel to it.
This is the perfect accessory to add to that modern entryway. Sleek, slim and oh-so-chic, this coat rack shapes-up a cluttered entry in a hurry. I could also see this used in a modern, spa-like master bathroom.
My mother always had vintage boxes and crates around for planting in the summers. We could pick them up in droves at auctions all over New England. They look great and bring a very individualistic tone to annual flower planting. Have fun.
Bark Floating Shelf
A tree branch candelabra brings a more traditional look to the table, but putting it atop a tone-on-tone neutral table setting makes it look modern.
This petite mushroom sculpture from Jayson Home would add a welcome organic touch to a shelf display or tablescape. I would put it atop a stack of nature photography books on my coffee table.
This holder is totally rustic and nature inspired. The best part is that you can have your own initials carved on it!
A great graphic pattern, but with a little less worry about stains. I think it would look great with my furniture but worry about it not contrasting enough with dark floors. I'm still a fan.
Sure, these trays are good for breakfast in bed or dinner on the couch, but I actually love to use trays in the middle of my dining room table, like an anchor for a candle centerpiece.
Lurik Rectangular Tray
Curtains, curtains and more curtains! I don't think I can stress enough how quickly and easily a set of curtains can change the entire look of a space, especially a dining room. I love these ikat panels from West Elm because their pattern is just enough to be interesting without being overpowering.
This handmade driftwood sculpture is reminiscent of the sea urchin shape. For an organic touch, add one to a stack of books on a coffee table or display several on a mantel.
This shower curtain has a nice vintage vibe about it. I love the colorful birds and the organic brown and green branches. A farmhouse or country-style bathroom would be perfect for this curtain.
I'd like to add a large and small driftwood ball to the vignette in the entry, but I'm sure my two little boys would break them in no time thinking they were fun new toys. I'll have to keep an eye out for something a little more kid-friendly.
Driftwood Large Ball
This container is meant to be a planter, but I would use it as a very attractive wastebasket under the desk instead. Of course, it would also be lovely filled with greenery, if you wish.
Big holiday dinners call for additional seating. These folding chairs still look chic in a pretty chestnut finish.
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