Outstanding Furniture Design Feature Originated from Wood Flaws

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Flaws may not be entirely bad since some flaws can actually be turned into great things. It can be seen right at the many examples of furniture design feature that really beautify the basic furniture shape, style, and design. There are many features added into several types of furniture made of wood in order to enhance the furniture pieces. Some of the added features are actually transformation of flaws within the woods as the basic material of the furniture pieces. Check out these following beauties of furniture design feature originated from flaws.

Outstanding Furniture Design Feature Originated from Wood Flaws Design made from nails 300x300

[Design made from nails]

Outstanding Furniture Design Feature Originated from Wood Flaws Nails create beautiful designs

[Nails create beautiful designs]

It is quite common that there are holes within woods in which they usually got patched up by using certain material as cover up. Yet those holes within the woods as the main material for many furniture pieces can actually be altered into beautifying feature by placing nails into the holes. As long as the holes are small then nails will work just fine. It can even be arranged accordingly to create certain shapes for the better appeal of it at the end.

Outstanding Furniture Design Feature Originated from Wood Flaws Sunburst nailhead pattern

[Sunburst nailhead pattern]

Outstanding Furniture Design Feature Originated from Wood Flaws Trimming nail heads

[Trimming nail heads]

Furthermore, nails can also be placed within the woods with flaws in such unique way of nailhead pattern. In this option, nails are not left in their full size. Once the pattern has been determined and the nails have been placed then they will be trimmed to match the surface level of the wood for the furniture piece itself. The end result will be a smooth surface of wooden furniture with beautiful pattern made of trimmed nails.

Outstanding Furniture Design Feature Originated from Wood Flaws Sandback square coffee table with bullet casing

[Sandback square coffee table with bullet casing]

Outstanding Furniture Design Feature Originated from Wood Flaws Coffee table with inlay nails and bleached base

[Coffee table with inlay nails and bleached base]

Outstanding Furniture Design Feature Originated from Wood Flaws Coffee table designs

[Coffee table designs]

A coffee table can also be designed beautifully by using the basic idea of flaws as in the making of bullet casing design within a sandback square coffee table. The bullet casings are placed at the edges of the table to alter the original table appeal into a better one. Inlay nails in a coffee table can really be beautiful as long as the pattern is a decent one. There are still many more ideas in using nailhead on the surface of a coffee table as for example fly-shaped design or even nail-shaped design on a coffee table.

Outstanding Furniture Design Feature Originated from Wood Flaws Sandback Silver nails

[Sandback Silver nails]

Outstanding Furniture Design Feature Originated from Wood Flaws Sandback working on a table

[Sandback working on a table]

A sandback idea is also a good one when a bright colored wooden table is decorated by using silver nails. The so-called nailhead will not be that visible since they are all sanded. The sanding itself is not an easy task to do since it could take quite some time.

Outstanding Furniture Design Feature Originated from Wood Flaws Sandback skull bench

[Sandback skull bench]

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