live edge

live edge

The edge of a painted surface which can be blended with fresh paint without having the lap show.
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Keith, who likes to make things out of wood, (including his dining room table) took me to a specialty lumber yard to pick a piece of "live edge" wood.
The line targets younger consumers with an "irreverence for familiar design tropes," said Jon Witteveen, senior vice president and chief furniture merchant, and included a glossy white chest with a bold red lighting strike and a tree ring-inspired Shell occasional table with a live edge. There were also more sophisticated items like a round coffee table with antique mirror inserts for detail.
Chop everything on the live edge American Elm cutting board, created using only dead or dying trees, harvested with minimal equipment, and dried in a solar kiln.
Greg Klassen took the concept of live edge furniture and went a step beyond.
The simplest first step is to play from the "live edge"--namely, to download the most recent segment the moment it becomes available.
A coffee table with a live edge, meaning that the natural edge of the wood is used, goes for $349.
A live edge table brings another nature-inspired touch.
By understanding Volume Spread Analysis, you will know what's happening at the live edge of the market as it's a totally un-lagged indicator.”
Osborne Wood Products has added solid wood live edge slabs as part of its new Highland Creek Collection.
You see the imperfections in the wood and the slab has a live edge. It's a very rustic look.
Wearing thick-rimmed glasses, a beard and a pork-pie hat, he's also joined by a drummer and a guitarist to give his songs a natural live edge. There's a certain thread of urban bleakness running through a lot of them, like Massive Attack crossed with early Fleetwood Mac, but his rhymes are sharp, upbeat and infectious.