I’ve been aware of Structured Green for nearly as long as I’ve been publishing Green Your Decor. I’ve even been able to see one of their immaculate pieces in person, thanks to the green show home I toured in Marietta back in 2009. The company is a maker of sustainable furniture that is based right here in Georgia, and their stuff is impressive. A few days ago, I ventured over to their site just to see if there was anything new. And hello! I was blown away by their newest table designs.
The Night Light table is a work of art, in my humble opinion. The Structured Green team used a pixellated photograph of the United States taken from the space station to create the design, which features the light signatures of America’s major cities. And did I mention the table is available in three different kinds of FSC-certified wood? I am literally swooning.
The Scatter Table is equally as gorgeous. In Structured Green’s words, the Scatter Table was “made for messiness.” It features a design reminiscent of a game of Pick Up Stix gone perfectly awry.
And finally, the Spider table illustrates Boston’s MBTA subway lines. But even if you’re not from Boston, you’ll be able to appreciate this gorgeous design. And to top it off, Structured Green can custom build your table with any metro or mass transit system you want. It is made of natural Bamboo ply, but it can be made with any wood combination.
These tables are definitely investment-level pieces, not for the faint of heart when it comes to pricing. But I think they’re absolutely worth the prices.
Why It’s Green:
- Tables available in a variety of reclaimed and FSC-certified woods, including black walnut, white oak
- Finished with water-based glues, low-VOC, water-based clear coat, food-grade tung oil and/or beeswax
- Made right here in Georgia