Where form meets function

London’s Andrianna Shamaris masterfully crafts these “perfectly imperfect” organic side tables out of wood sourced from around the globe. Shamaris travels everywhere — from Sumatra to New York — sourcing and inspecting lumber that would later be transformed into polished works of artistic furniture. She partially fills the cracks of the wooden materials — which are typically petrified rosewood or teak — with quartz-like crystal or a composite made from resin and another “secret ingredient.” Her unique procedure results in one-of-a-kind creations that all unify under the same sophisticatedly bold aesthetic. We’ve seen these in person at The Apartment by The Line, and we can assure you they are really as beautiful as they look above. Read more about Shamaris at The Line and shop her tables here

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