Rectangular reclaimed wood table
Oak, Reclaimed wood
How attractive sustainability can look, is shown by KFF with their newest item, the BARBAROSSA table. A table top made out of old oak beams that are well over 250 years old ( at least). These wooden beams come out of old traditional half-timbered houses that couldn‘t be saved anymore and where they have resisted the German wind and weather for centuries. So once reused and reshaped into a piece of furniture one can truly speak of sheer recycling. With that the enduser can be sure that he has an ecologically and historically valuable piece of furniture. Every table is unique. However BARBAROSSA is not only convincing with the charm of the past. The table top is well crafted, but the raw robust optics of the old beams remain, such as the cracks and knots of the original oak. The carrying frame underneath is made out of raw solid steel and gives a characteristic contrast to the archean look of the table.