STONE YARD BLOG


Our New Lodi Side Table: Texture with a Modern Touch

With the rough, hand-scraped pottery of ancient civilizations as his muse, Stone Yard’s Head Designer Mitch Brean wanted the new Lodi Side Table to have the same texture reflected in a more modern style fit for today’s designscape. As such, this new table design has the look of shaped and fired pottery that has been brought into contemporary design with its elegantly tapered silhouette and smoothly finished surface. The Lodi Side Table can be worked into many design themes, including modern, transitional, mid-century modern, and bohemian. Learn more about our new Lodi Side Table here:

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