WHAT 2020 TAUGHT US

 

The past 12 months have given us all something to remember

but it is with positivity and strength that we look forward to the next 12 months.

Let’s look back over the last year of design at Live Edge Design and be

reminded of the beauty of creations that were made possible by you,

our loyal and lovely clients. 

Let’s toast to 2021; “May your troubles be less, your blessings more bountiful,  and your bubbles bigger.”

 

 

 

It has been such a pleasure getting to know you all a little closer this year;

attending meetings with your cats and my kids, enjoying yoga classes with you

and virtual champagne soirees across borders.

May these fun and fascinating connections continue into the years ahead!

 

Take care, Donna

 

 

 

JANUARY 2020

A dining table of walnut, another of arbutus and a trip to visit our friend,

Chef George, at the Farm Table Inn to cook up a flaming dessert

on the Portare induction

cook top table.

 

FEBRUARY

A trip to Texas to visit our pieces at the Renaissance Fort Worth. and a

dining suite with an ocean view on Vancouver Islands West Coast.

 

 

 

MARCH

A resin filled river table made from oneTree slabs, oak end tables

with a shapely base and a river table of maple.

 
Mid Century Modern Desk

 

 

APRIL

Walnut table with hourglass base, bleached maple with bronze

base and a cascade coffee table in maple and steel.

 

 

MAY

Rich tones of ekki and walnut paired with steel bases and cascading metal rivers.

 

 

JUNE

Marvelous maple grain with rock river and clear resin coffee table,

Square walnut dining table with pedestal base and steel inlay

detailing and a river of blue resin with ocean waves in the

custom coffee table.

 

 

JULY

Elegant dining with rippled maple grain mirroring the lake ripple view outside.

A gorge based coffee table and a maple facetted stump table.

 

 

AUGUST

Outdoor teak dining table with ice well for wine. A river dining table

with an ocean view and a round river dining table soaking

in the sun on a stunning  remote island.

 

 

SEPTEMBER

Matching end tables made of maple burl, a metal river dining table with

trestle base and a wine cabinet, centerpiece, like no other.

 

 

OCTOBER

A captivating headboard art piece, a mid century modern desk fit for a

product designer and live edge walnut dining table with class.

 

 

NOVEMBER

Custom banquet seating and leather upholstery. A maple and resin

board room table and a round river dining table with a view of the forest.

 

 

DECEMBER

A round Arbutus dining table with west coast rocks and shells.

A maple and walnut dining table with angular steel base.

A maple mantel focal point in Nanoose Bay.

 
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