lookalike pieces that are amazingly realistic and take
“wood” in places it rarely goes.
Witness an outdoor table with a fire feature in
the center. Or try a line of sinks that range from a
chainsawed look to refined, clean lines that would be
at home in a Japanese bath. Then take the kitchen
countertop and locate it inside or outside the house
without any worries to the durability of what looks
like an ancient reclaimed wood plank.
Exhibiting at the Kitchen and Bath Industry Show
and International Builder Show January 10-12 in
Orlando, the folks at JM Lifestyle were turning heads
every day of the show. But one has to wonder how
many people just walked by their booth without realizing the wood pieces were really concrete.
Learn more at their website ( jmlifestyles.com) ;
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Looking like it was chainsawed out of a slab of reclaimed
wood, this vanity is really finely crafted cast concrete.
Is it wood or concrete? This amazing walnut finished table
with fire feature was made of concrete by JM Lifestyles in
Randolph, New Jersey.
Using concrete instead of wood opens new possibilities like
creating an outdoor table with a fire feature.
This elegant “wood” vanity is really made of concrete.