Where does one find balls this big? Marine salvage, that's where. This rolling, butcher-block kitchen table was made from a steel buoy by sculptural artist Peter Reiquam, whose home was featured in the Seattle Times over the weekend.
The table was originally part of Peter's one-man show of sculptural furniture exhibited at Anderson-Glover art gallery in Kirkland. We can appreciate the piece's oversized aesthetic — reminiscent of a wheelbarrow — but we're glad it resides in the home of empty-nesters; this would be wicked rolling over the foot of a youngster.