Bare from their bark, the pieces of wood commonly found on beaches and sometimes even whole tree trunks run aground on the shore. Designers have thought of picking them up and putting them together harmoniously. It can also be pieces of pallets or cases lost by cargo ships, remains of wrecks or even elements of houses destroyed during floods. This is called "driftwood", which we then recycle to create objects and furniture that will decorate our interiors. Once dried by the sun, these smooth and bleached branches become a material that is both natural and sophisticated, which stimulates the imagination of DIY enthusiasts and creatives. The driftwood becomes a bench, a lamp base, a candle holder, a frame, a sculpture, or even a supporting structure for a garden shed or a tent. Each creation is unique, which makes it all the value. Discover the full range of decorative driftwood creations!