The natural edge on this oak side table from project2501 has great knotting to run your fingers over.
Above, TRUECONNECTION has this cute little reclaimed cedar end table, as they say - it's perfect for your book and tea.
I need something like this mulberry hall table from Finewoodworks behind my couch, but I could never hide it behind a couch!
Love the exquisite wood grain on this butternut side table from 60nobscot.
Maybe we're not all in the market for a big table, but there are plenty of options to bring home beautiful wood pieces in smaller forms. Woodswise has this ash live edge mirror with some of the bark retained. I think it would fit in perfectly in my foyer.
Reclaimed = cool. Reclaimed fencepost = incredibly cool. Fence post bowl by Underwoodturning.
I'm falling in love with this cherry wood natural edge server I found at sowabisabi. Malachite fills some of the natural cracks in the wood.This cherry bottle stopper stops my heart. Find it at dfuss.
MarkMay's recycled timber frame is a perfect touch of warm woodgrain for your home.
There is spectacular wood grain on this oak bowl from holzfurhaus.
Digoto has great pencil cups, like the one above with a natural edge and made with maple.
This cherry root bowl's raw edge demonstrates exactly why I like all of these pieces - just look at the richness of the bark left on the wood. Found at ddwoodcreations.
ADrauglis has live edge shelves like the one above in apple wood. I'm already arranging vignettes in my head...I've been working on this post for a few weeks now, never quite having the time to pull everything together. But then earlier this week I saw the bowl above at Target. I have to believe that it's the Etsy artists who are on the forefront of interior design, and not me. But it is funny when I feel like I'm noticing a trend on Etsy, and then I see it in the mainstream retail world.