Are you looking for soft, subtle live edges? Edges that maintain a fairly even width throughout the entire slab? Standard edges provide a great accent to the slab while not overpowering the overall grain and look.
Do you find yourself looking to add a little extra "flare" to your home? Unique edges showcase knots, curled grain patterns, etc. while still having a semi-consistent width throughout the slab.
It's time to turn it up a notch! Grain twists, inconsistent width, knots, voids, you name it! Eccentric slabs are more rare than your standard and unique slabs but provide a true statement in any location.
Very rarely does a slab not need any kind of void filling, but if you are looking for a more natural style, a solid top is for you. If there are any voids, we will fill them with black or clear epoxy to maintain the natural look.
Are you looking for a splash of color? Epoxy accents can be small (<2'') or slightly larger depending on the slab. Natural holes & cracks are filled with your choice of colored epoxy to reinforce strength and to give the slab some extra character.
Extremely popular with coffee and dining tables, River tables maximize the relationship between the wood and epoxy. Colored to your choice, the epoxy is placed between the slabs so that the live edge can create a "river".
Also known as "cookies", round slabs have a circle/oval shape to them to incorporate the entire diameter of the tree. The edges can be soft (perfect circle) or more irregular like the sample shown above.
Produced from some awesome looking trees, these slabs have no uniformity to them. Shapes very from slab to slab, most having a need for at least some minor epoxy.
Your standard slab, but make no mistake, they offer just as much character as the others. Typically rectangle throughout the length, they may have some bump outs, knots, spiraling grain patterns, and more.
Created with a single large slab or two smaller slabs, this style allows the epoxy to form multiple channels. The slab(s) can also be placed diagonally or in the center of the epoxy depending on the look you are trying to achieve.
Created from round ("cookie") slabs, the epoxy river carries more of an eccentric shape. The slab(s) can be placed along any edge depending on the overall size of the piece.
By far the most popular choice for river tables, a single river is created down the center of the tables with one or more slabs. The overall width from end to end will vary along with the curve of the live edge; some edges being more curvy than others.