1. Contemporary Coffee Table Art made by Scott Williams. Set of six: $88

    Beautiful and functional art for your tabletop.  Reclaimed from an original piece of vintage signage that has been laminated to a chunk of 3/8” thick wood and backed by felt. The glossy wet look of these pieces really makes the color pop and seals in the design goodness; providing a waterproof surface. Stay tuned… more of these typography, sign, and found art based coaster compositions are due to arrive this spring at Opal Stackhouse.

  2. A perfectly nice bench by Craig Dransfield. Made entirely from salvaged wood from our neighborhood: Olde Towne East, Columbus, OH. Dimensions are 18Hx36Wx16D. $69

  3. Coffee table made of salvaged materials by Aaron Klamut

    Klamut dropped off his latest piece this week. It’s a handsome coffee table! Boy is it solid. So many elements to this table make it truly unique. The base is salvaged Douglas Fir from a factory on Prescott Alley (Italian Village? Columbus, OH). It is a through-leg design, with the legs bolted to the frame - like I said, it’s solid. There are leveling feet for uneven floors. Underneath the 3/4” glass top is tongue and groove bead board from a porch ceiling on W. 1st Ave (Harrison West? Columbus, OH). A signature is burned on the bottom by the maker. Yep, it’s a gem, and it’s in the shop now. $750

  4. The ceiling goes on and on….

    The ceiling goes on and on….