There’s nothing boring or predictable about the design world these days, particularly when it comes to environmentally-conscious furniture. To wit: whether you just moved and completely redecorated but ran out of room in the budget for a new coffee table, or you love bowling and can’t stand the fact that your local alley is closing, or you proposed to your wife atop the Golden Gate Bridge and wish there were some way to commemorate the moment in your home since there weren’t any cameras present, there’s a coffee table out there for you (or, at least, someone who can customize one just for your needs). Moving pallets are all the rage in inventive furniture design at the moment since they’re generally perfectly stable structures made of strong wood, and companies like CounterEvolution and the Golden Gate Bridge Furniture Company have made niches for themselves crafting furniture out of reclaimed wood from bowling alley lanes and… well, obviously, weathered metal cast-offs from Golden Gate Bridge renovations. Wonders never cease, and neither does the resourcefulness of some of the craftiest minds in the marketplace today. And now, without further ado, we present you our curation of ten brilliantly upcycled coffee tables.
Authentic Golden Gate Bridge table found at Golden Gate Bridge Furniture Company.