by William Sampson
firstname.lastname@example.org PROJECT GALLERY
When you see the latest designs from JM Lifestyles, a custom shop in Randolph, New Jersey, the
dramatic rustic-style tables, countertops, and sinks
will definitely stop most woodworkers in their
tracks. Craftspeople will ask typical questions
about the wood species and how each piece is
made. But most won’t even think of the real question they should be asking: Is it wood or concrete?
The answer is a marriage of concrete and high
Describing itself as an “atelier,” a French term
Is it wood or concrete?
often reserved for fine furniture artists, JM Life-
style emphasizes that level of craftsmanship and
design, but with the decidedly industrial material
of concrete. Using elaborate forms, proprietary
finishing, special formulas and shaping tech-
niques, the company has developed a line of wood
New Jersey shop develops system for dramatic rustic-style pieces that
mimic the look and feel of wood.
This kitchen countertop might look like a reclaimed plank, but it’s really a durable and functional concrete construction.
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JM Lifestyle’s Woodform products: