Drab or Fab: Driftwood

The design industry has seen a rise in utilizing sustainable, natural and organics products.  Driftwood has taken notice as a material that is easy and naturally beautiful to repurpose or up-cycle.  Furnishing and accessories that incorporate driftwood give an aged and unfinished look that I find very appealing and distinct.  I like to think that the imperfections and organic patterns found in driftwood make it a one-of-a-kind weathered treasure to showcase in your home.  In your opinion, when it comes to design and décor, does driftwood sink or float?                

Crate & Barrel: Driftwood Mirror
Crate & Barrel: Driftwood Mirror

 

Anthropologie: Driftwood Hurricanes
Anthropologie: Driftwood Hurricanes

 

Currey & Company: Driftwood Lamp
Currey & Company: Driftwood Lamp
 
Better Homes and Gardens
Better Homes and Gardens

 

Completely Coastal: Driftwood Hanger
Completely Coastal: Driftwood Hanger

 

Barneys New York: Nilleq Stool
Barneys New York: Nilleq Stool

 

Crate & Barrel: Driftwood Side Table
Crate & Barrel: Driftwood Side Table

 

Currey & Company: Driftwood Orb Chandelier
Currey & Company: Driftwood Orb Chandelier

 

Stylizimo: Faux Driftwood Dining Table DIY
Stylizimo: Driftwood Dining Table DIY
4 Comments
  • Gina
    March 23, 2012

    These are awesome! I say fab!

  • Ben
    March 23, 2012

    Cool products!

  • Julie
    March 28, 2012

    Absolutely, I agree!

  • Jean
    May 28, 2012

    Fantastic!

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