Crop Circle Tables by Studio 24b
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Studio 24b is a Maine-based woodworking studio headed up by Martha Stewart American Made 2014 Design Finalist Matt Hutton. Their newest furniture collection, Crop Circles, is inspired by the deteriorating farmlands of the Midwest.

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Made from a variety of different types of wood, Crop Circles is represented by a signature clover shape. The round edges make it easier to maneuver around while also being able to serve different directions in a room. The tops of the tables feature carvings that break up the larger surface areas.

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The collection consists of a clover mirrored cabinet and tables, all handmade in Portland, Maine. Crop Circles will be on display at the Architectural Digest Home Design Show in NYC, March 19-22, 2015 at Pier 94 in the MADE section at booth M143.

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