Filed under: Decor
Eric Slayton is a Brooklyn-based photographer and furniture designer who uses industrial wood-and-steel and concrete-and-steel to create around-the-house items. In the former department is his Blok series that includes the Solid Legged Blok Coffee Table (pictured), which uses Poplar taken from warehouse beams resting on water-cut steel supports. There are a few open-legged versions as well using natural and stained woods such as Cypress, Walnut, and Redwood, and a series of benches, too. For a closer look at his work, samples can be found at Ford & Ching in Los Angeles, Calypso Home and ABC in New York, and Scout in Chicago.