If you like wine and unique furniture with a great history, than this might be something for you. You can find some fascinating wine racks here on upcycleDZINE. All of them very original and upcycled from discarded objects. And today it’s time to add another truly amazing one.
Wine rack bar table will inspire conversation
The first time I saw this upcycle design piece I was immediately impressed. Concept, look & feel and character come together in this Wine Rack Bar Table. It’s a design by Michael Graham Designs, founded by Michael Graham and based in Los Angeles | United States.
The bar table is made from salvaged/demolition materials from around downtown Los Angeles. Most of the wood comes from factories built in the early 1920s. It measures 76 cm x 76 cm and it stands 102 cm high but can be custom-made to just about any size. The table has a perfect height for standard barstools.
“I build beautiful and functional furniture that brings people together and inspires conversation. In a local workshop I design and build furniture by hand. Each piece is made from reclaimed wooden crates from vineyards and raisin farms through out California.”
Photos © Michael Graham Designs
This wine rack bar table is a perfect piece of upcycle design furniture for breakfast or dining in a small space or small apartment. It’s a showcase for those nice bottles of wine and their beautiful labels that will certainly inspire conversation.
Looking for a wine rack table? Please visit the website of Michael Graham Designs to see more unique pieces.
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