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Split Wood, Stitch Wood.

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Photo Courtesy of Uhuru Design.

This one-of-a-kind design dream comes courtesy of Uhuru Design in Brooklyn, New York, and is handmade out of flitch-cut hardwood and recycled plastic. Available in seafoam, red and blue stitch accents, the Stitch table is the perfect mix of functionality and quirk; making for a great conversation piece.

You can choose from a selection of customizable sizes and finishes, and each table is hand built to order and signed by the maker in Red Hook.

→ Order Here. ←

Photo Courtesy of Uhuru Design.

Photo Courtesy of Uhuru Design.

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