Incorporating beauty into everyday life is a lofty goal of mine. So when I found an absolutely gorgeous granite remnant, the challenge was on.
And that’s how a 12”-wide piece of stone -- a mere sliver -- was made into a functional coffee table.
1.5” square tubing frames the stone, and 3” square tubing gives beefy visual weight to the legs.
The color of raw steel complimented the stone perfectly. So rather than paint the frame, it was sealed with clear lacquer to retain the raw color.
This table is sturdy enough to rest your feet on -- unless you’d rather leave the view of the granite unobstructed...
Sliver Table’s overall dimensions are 16” tall x 51” long x a mere 15.5” wide.
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