Made entirely from carefully sourced regional wood, these layered wall sconces from Deep Greene Woodworks feature live-edge and hand-dyed silk detailing. The original sconce design showcases the beauty of the natural wood surface. For an additional design feature, Deep Greene Woodworks collaborated with BLAK RUST to produce a sconce that features carefully applied, hand-dyed shibori silk on wood.
With a center light diffuser overlaid with old growth southern yellow pine, the stepped slats direct light to the sides for a soft glow.
Founded by Jeffrey Greene, Deep Greene Woodworks celebrates the beauty of locally sourced wood. When Jeff begins cutting big logs on a sawmill, he searches for the story and wonder of the wood. An expert in spalting – the coloration and patterning of wood caused by fungi – Jeff cultivates this process to produce his own distinctive stock of materials. His collection of wood products including these wood sconces which he handcrafts in the woodshop using traditional and new technologies, including CNC machines. Jeff uses these modern machines for routing and precise joinery.
These wood wall light sconces are available in spalted maple, oak and cherry. Other species and treatments, including the addition of BLAK RUST’S silk designers, are available upon request.
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About the Producer
Deep Greene Woodworks
Jeffrey Greene founded Deep Greene Woodworks in 2011 to foster a closer connection between nature and his profession. Ever a nature enthusiast and explorer, Jeff loves trees. Having heated his home with wood for decades, it was through cutting and splitting countless logs that he came to appreciate the beauty of fallen timber. He also recognized the many beautiful surfaces created from natural materials. Through his work as a furniture designer and maker, Jeff brings together a lifetime of experiences as a builder, student of art and architecture, and passionate environmentalist. Jeff is open to collaboration with architects and designers. He looks forward to employing his expertise in spalting and sequenced panel assembly, and envisions large-scale applications of his hand-cultivated wood stock as unique interior design accents.