We love corkboards for the function they provide as perfect backdrops for endless inspiration images, magazine clippings and meaningful notes. But sometimes, we want to jazz them up just a bit. Fortunately, we’ve spotted just the solution!
Posted by Cynthia | Filed under Musings
This fabulous Rolha side table designed by Goncaol Campos is inspired by age old ritual and tools for uncorking a fine wine. Presented as a DIY kit of parts, it is assembled from a solid turned cork top and 3 turned wood legs, fitted with a screw similar to the ones used to uncork traditional wine bottles. This assembly requires no special tools, and is sturdy and stable, in part due to the density of the cork. Simple in its aesthetic as well as its function and assembly. And the best part? Cork is an environmentally sustainable material, renewable and beautiful in its natural state.
Images and excerpts sourced at http://www.goncalocampos.com