Ironwood Industries

Furniture

A contemporary bench
Contemporary credenza built with lacquered wood and steel. The credenza has a series of touch-latch doors. The outside of the credenza is black. The cabinet back on the inside of the credenza is rose red, and this creates an explosion of color from the inside when you open the doors. The credenza is supported by a u-shaped steel plinth with a black patina.
Contemporary entry table built with spalted pecan and steel. The wood is carved and scalloped and has a shallow bowl carved into one side on the top of the table. The wood is stained red, and the steel is painted black. The table has three legs.
Contemporary bed built with walnut and steel. The headboard is texas black walnut with butterfly inlays of bubinga and cocobolo. The bed frame is steel. Very sculptural.
Contemporary table built with antique longleaf pine and salvaged stainless steel. The pine is carved and scalloped and shows white paint from a previous lifetime. The stainless steel collides into the pine and supports the block of wood. The stainless steel is cobalt blue on the inside and natural stainless steel on the outside.
Contemporary rocking chair built with pecan. Rocking chair has a sculpted seat, high backrest, and sculpted armrests. Also features bent-laminated supports that connect the rockers to the armrests, making it look like a musical instrument. The texas pecan is painted with black lacquer.
Contemporary bench inspired by the architectural designs of Richard Neutra. Built with natural mdf, salvaged steel, and acrylic. The backrest is steel from an abandoned trampoline, and it's painted white. The acrylic base is white acrylic. The cushion is leather turned rough side out. This is a signature design by Ironwood Industries.
Contemporary chair built with mdf and longleaf pine. The mdf is finished with red lacquer, and the longleaf pine is carved and scalloped and has a natural protective finish. This chair is part of The Umasi Collection by Ironwood Industries.
Contemporary table with round glass top, antique longleaf pine legs, and aluminum stretchers that connect the legs. The aluminum fits into the longleaf pine legs with provocative joinery. The longleaf pine has a natural finish. The table is photographed on the railroad tracks outside our studio in Texas.
Contemporary accent tables that are part of the BigLittle Series by Ironwood Industries. Tables are built of formaldehyde-free mdf and finished with low VOC catalyzed lacquer. One table is rose red, and the other table is stark white. Very sculptural. And the tops of each table rotate 360 degrees so that these tables have nearly infinite possibilities in terms of how they look.
Contemporary bench built with baltic birch, wenge, and steel. The seat is sculpted with two gentle waves, and the end of the seat has a wenge block with a shallow bowl carved into it. The wood seat rests on a steel bench base. This is one of our signature designs.
Contemporary accent tables built with southern yellow pine and stainless steel. The pine is stained white, and the stainless steel is natural on the outside and white on the inside. These tables are part of The Umasi Collection by Ironwood Industries. Very sculptural.
Contemporary table built with stacked steel volumes that support a glass tabletop. There are five steel volumes stacked on top of each other, and they are stacked off-kilter and welded together, to form a provocative table base. The steel has a mottled black patina with a commercial-grade clearcoat. And the table also features load-rated levelers for uneven surfaces.
Contemporary credenza built with mdf and steel. The left side is an open steel volume with a top and a bottom but no back or front. The right side is a pale yellow cabinet with three touch-latch doors. The credenza sits on a u-shaped steel plinth. This credenza is part of the BigLittle Series by Ironwood Industries.
Contemporary table built with wenge and forged steel. The wenge tabletop is shaped like a japanese butterfly. The steel base has traditional blacksmith details, including hammered texture and twisted steel.
Contemporary accent tables built with baltic birch and southern yellow pine. The balic birch collides into the irregular but natural yellow pine. The baltic birch and the yellow pine are natural with a clear protective finish. These tables are part of The Umasi Collection by Ironwood Industries.