brickmaker’s table

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I have been loving this brickmaker’s table from Restoration Hardware.

A brickmaker’s table is “originally a pallet used to cut, cool, and transport bricks 100 years ago in Belgium.”

Each piece is unique, one-of-a-kind, made from northern European azobe wood- from an antique dealer in Europe.

Restoration shows them in traditional settings {which is gorgeous}, but I love the idea of juxtaposing it in a clean, white, modern room.

Since they are actual antiques, they have limited supply so go here if you can afford the real-deal of $1360!

Luckily for the rest of us… Ballard designs has made a similar reproduction! Not quite as rustic as the vintage planked table-top, but I do like the shelf…and you can’t beat the price of $349. Love it! Go here for the Durham cocktail table.