Our Opus End Table has been hand-crafted using reclaimed multi-coloured teak planks. It is built with pedestal legs and a solid steel frame, sanded by hand and given a natural finish to enhance the original knots, cracks and imperfections in the wood.
Less is more when it comes to the superior materials used in the fabrication of our Opus line. This collection is all about minimalist stylingwhile establishing harmony with space and light. It’s easy to find the balance of modern simplicity when designing the home to reflect a neat, fluid and relaxing environment. This look can be achieved through clean straight lines and basic forms, expressing only the most essential and necessary elements.The streamlined furniture design can be described as complex and simple at the same time,80-100-year-oldsalvaged wood is used as a key feature to highlight the stunning variations of the multi-coloured teak planks. This type of wood is strategically used to create visual interest, texture and personality. Although this line is made up of strong metal frames and solid reclaimed floorboard there is a visual lightness that offers an uncluttered aesthetic to this style of furniture.There is an interesting appeal to the Opus Collection, they provide spacious completeness and work as an element that does not need any added decoration, this is the perfect combination when trying to achieve a minimalist styled home. Another great feature about this collection is that each piece is multifunctional, meaning you’re not limited to which room the furniture is used in. Consider our bookshelves, these can be used to display home theatre electronics or placed in the bathroom to neatly display fresh linens. An innovative idea would be to pair two of the larger bookshelves back to back and make the most of them by creating a room divider that can display and store items on either side.No matter which project you’re working on our Opus furniture can transform any room into moderate luxury. Embody an understated style with any of the products, we like to keep things simple with a low-profile aesthetic, so the affect is visually pleasing and tasteful.