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LUNA coffee table | Tables by SHIPWAY living design. Item made of wood & marble
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LUNA coffee table | Tables by SHIPWAY living design. Item made of wood & marble
LUNA coffee table | Tables by SHIPWAY living design. Item made of wood & marble
LUNA coffee table | Tables by SHIPWAY living design. Item made of wood & marble
LUNA coffee table | Tables by SHIPWAY living design. Item made of wood & marble

Created and Sold by SHIPWAY living design

SHIPWAY living design

LUNA coffee table

Price $1,395

Creation: 1-2 weeks
Shipping: UPS 5-10 days
Price $45 Shipping in the US, ask the creator about international shipping.
Estimated Arrival: May 10, 2024

5.12H x 38.19W x 38.19D in
13H x 97W x 97D cm
41.5 kg
91.49 lb

Minimalist designer coffee table that brings the warmth and character of the natural world into the home that you can feel proud to own. The light and modern design will create a great accent to your home while still creating a sense of space. As with all of our pieces, this table is created with both, the utmost respect and consideration for the environment, and the health of your home or business. The Carrara Marble tops are made from Upcycled off-cuts that would typically be destined for the waste stream, and the wood comes from a sustainably managed community forest on Cortes Island B.C. All of the finishes and glues are water borne, eco-certified, and non-VOC.

36" diameter x 16" height

Legs are easily removed for moving and shipping.

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Item LUNA coffee table
As seen in Private Residence, New York, NY
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Meet the Creator
Wescover creator since 2018
Meaningful modern furniture, designed and made in Vancouver B.C. sourced from local, sustainable and up cycled materials. We strive to to create furniture and home decor products that will contribute to a healthy home and a healthy planet

My approach to design is multi-faceted and the final outcome of a piece is only a fraction of what I'm trying to achieve through my practice. It’s more than creating designer furniture and home decor items, it’s about telling a story and making the "world" a better place, even if it’s only a small "world".

​The majority of my pieces are created with Douglas Fir from a community managed forest on Cortes Island, where it is sustainably managed, harvested, and processed locally by small independent mills. This is the life blood of this small community and every dollar I spend on material goes directly to that community ensuring a sustainable forestry economy for many generations to come.

Beyond my commitment to local and small economy, I am strongly committed to using sustainable materials and environmentally sensitive products with all my pieces. All my glues and finishes are of the highest environmental standards, and when using other species of wood for custom furniture, I source them from either sustainable sources or salvaged from blow down or land clearing. All of this is an effort to contribute to healthy homes free of toxins.

When exploring other materials other than wood, their environmental and social impact is a large consideration in what materials I select to work with. This design constraint makes it difficult at times to broaden my material choices, but at the same time fosters and opportunity to expand the uses of materials and find more efficient and creative ways to use them.

At the end of the day I want to create objects that people can feel proud to own and adopt the story of where the piece came from and how it came to be, and make it their story.

When I’m not in my East Vancouver studio or shop, I’m usually out on the water fishing, in the forest exploring or picking mushrooms, or up on Cortes Island taking a recharge break, and when time permits traveling the globe looking for inspiration and admiring all the beauty this world has to offer.