What is live edge?
Updated: Oct 30, 2018
“Live edge” refers to wood furniture, typically tables and shelves, with at least one edge untouched, or natural. The style was popularized by architect George Nakashima in the mid-1940s and has experienced a resurgence in the past decade.
Live edge products are aided to last through improved epoxies that stabilize cracks and fill voids, turning more wood than ever into either furniture or items such as wine racks, plaques and cutting boards.
No two live edge product are every alike. Each piece is unique and you know that you will have a one of a kind piece.