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Le Tabouret – Window Tables

window part tables by designers Damien Hamon and Olivier Papet, Le Tabouret (stool in English) is a stool or table constructed of cut window frames.

While I am still hoping to one day re-use all the old windows that were littered around my house and property when we bought this place to make a quirky glass house (similar to these),  I am nonetheless intrigued by the possibility of these (outdoor grade) window part tables created  by designers Damien Hamon and Olivier Papet.  Le Tabouret (which means stool in English) is a stool or table constructed of cut-up window frames from chateaux, country cottages and paris apartments. (très romantique!)

It’s generating lots of ideas for my own version of this type of table.

Images from Outdoorz gallery.

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  1. Hap

    December 13th, 2011 at 3:21 pm

    Nice design! Though I am concerned at the lead that is likely in the paint on old recycled wood being used for a table.

  2. Anja

    December 22nd, 2011 at 3:28 am

    Found your glasshouse sample the other day. Very nice ones. We just finished one in our allotment ( but have some windows left. Perfect idea to built a window table for the window house.

    Greetings from cologne and the little garden of horror

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