Nature inspired: Thicket tables by Ted Boerner

San Francisco designer Ted Boerner launched a series of occasional tables inspired by tree branches. Available in eight different shapes, including a coffee table, console table, end table and square coffee table, Ted Boerner’s Thicket tables are comprised of an open supporting frame made of slim, fused metal rods and a recessed glass top. The metal frame comes in a variety of hand applied patinas, such as matte bronze, matte silver, polished black and polished warm brass, while the glass finishes include gray smoke, bronze smoke, clear and etched. A selection of powder coated finishes is available for use outside.

Ted Boerner Inc. was founded in 1988 by Ted Boerner and Frank Pontes in San Francisco. The design studio creates original furniture pieces, as well as custom works that are sold in showrooms throughout the country, with a studio in New York City.

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