This acacia table is cut with a modern, angular edge. A variety of tones make the wood grain shine. This piece is ideal for the hallway or behind a sofa.
Asian Art Imports
The concept of living in harmony with nature is an underlying theme of the furniture and accent pieces from Asian Art Imports. Wally Stryk, who founded the company in 1998, and his wife, Pat, source furniture made from reclaimed wood, recycled architectural pieces, and vintage accents and tableware from Thailand and other Asian countries. These furnishings beautifully enhance even the most urban, contemporary surroundings with a sense of nature’s serenity, as well as the grace of centuries of artistic tradition.
Furniture pieces rendered in biomorphic shapes lend a
home a sense of organic beauty and vitality. This free-form console table is crafted of chamcha wood, also known as acacia and prized for its durability, varied tones, and swirling grain.
An English regency demilune table destined to become
a beloved family heirloom, this elegant console is rich in handcrafted details. The old world look is achieved with the finest acacia wood and mahogany in a warm walnut finish.
Carved from the discarded root of a Thai
acacia, also called a chamcha tree, this table's simple curves and bold silhouette show off the wood's intriguing tones and grain to stunning effect.