This Harlem kitchen uses a felled 100-year-old spalted maple tree sourced by The Hudson Company as a creative take on the countertop.
A hefty wood dining table is an instant statement-maker in an otherwise monochrome Mill Valley kitchen. "If there was wood everywhere it would lose its gravitas," notes architect Chris Deam.
A fallen-wood coffee table by St. Louis–based designer David Stine adds texture to this Hamptons living room.
A rough-hewn walnut coffee table by Samuel Moyer contrasts clean, modern furnishings in a Los Angeles bungalow.
In an Oslo town house, a reclaimed Indonesian hardwood slab from Buka Design + Hardwoods rests atop piles of books, making an informal coffee table.