• Soft Maple Solaris Fusion Legs with Brushed Copper Finish

    Osborne Wood Products, Inc. is always thrilled when we receive finished project photos that include our Fusion Legs. Because the Fusion Legs add so much character and style to any room yet are versatile as well, it is always exciting to see how they are used and what new life they bring. This week, we received some fantastic pictures from customer Suzy K. of SKI Design, Inc. in Holliston, Massachusetts. Suzy ordered four of Osborne’s soft maple Solaris Fusion Legs (2410) in the Brushed Copper Finish for a loft she was working on in Colorado. Not only are the pictures fantastic and eye-catching, but Suzy also sent along a write-up about the project that describes it better than we ever could. Please enjoy the write-up from Suzy along with the beautiful pictures of the Solaris Fusion Legs in this Colorado loft. For more information on SKI Design, Inc., please click here.

    “Most condominiums in Colorado have a lodge look or rustic feel, not this one! Located on the Eagle River in Eagle, Colorado, the interior of this condo has a more urban feel. Owned and designed by Suzy Kennedy of SKI Design Inc. the island was designed and fabricated in Massachusetts and shipped to Colorado for assembly. Even with the openness of the loft interior the floor space wasn’t quite large enough to have both a Kitchen island and Dining table. Suzy opted for counter height legs from Osborne Wood Products. The “sexy” Solaris Fusion Leg in Maple with Brushed Copper accent was combined with a brushed copper Schluter Systems edge detail and Black Galaxy granite tiles for the table top. All the light wood and copper details blended together and compliment the IKEA kitchen that was original to the unit. Heartwood Cabinets in Holliston, MA, finished and created an assembly that was shipped out west and put together on site by Suzy. The island table legs give a distinct look to the centerpiece of the Kitchen.” ~Suzy K. SKI Design, Inc.

     

     

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