If you see something you love, we can make it for you! Give us a call at 727-934-0700 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Monkey pod wood, grown locally in Dunedin. We added blue resin to the piece for a stunning highlight that adds an atmosphere—or is it ocean?—to the already rich color. Four-inch camphor wood table, grown in Clarcona, Florida. The original tree was planted in 1887 by a former Civil War colonel. It also had 12 bullets in it for whatever reason. Unfortunately for the southeastern United States, camphor wood is now regarded as an invasive species. Looks pretty darn good for an alien! Our “River table” is made of sycamore wood. This river is a panel of glass eight feet long on a table that totals 40 inches in width. The table itself is live edge on the inside. Teak table made from a bookcase. The trim is made from sunken boat wood that was preserved in a capsule during Hurricane Hugo (1989). Teak is highly rot-resistant and will last for many years.