Natural live edge monkeypod or parota wood slab for a bench seat, a mantel, a bar top or a sofa table top from Impact Imports in Boise Idaho.
Picture of a natural live edge wood slab bar top with a satin urethane finish installed in a home in Ketchum Idaho
Picture of a natural live edge wood slab with a satin urethane finish at Impact Imports in Boise Idaho
Picture of a natural live edge wood slab with a satin urethane finish at Impact Imports in Boise Idaho

Natural / Live Edge Parota Wood Slab, Bench, Console or Bar Top - N18274

Regular price $1,950.00 $0.00

Natural Live Edge Parota Wood Slab, Bench, Console or Bar Top, N18274

132" long x 16"/17"/19 ½" wide x 3" thick, Approximately 95 lbs.

Imagine this beautiful, sustainably harvested natural / live edge Parota Wood Slab as your bar top, a console or sofa table top or even a bench seat in the mud room!  Add a touch of nature and warmth to your living space!  This slab can be used indoors or outdoors (with a spar urethane finish).  This slab qualifies for free shipping in the continental USA!  (Any purchase over $995 qualifies for free shipping!)

  • Our wood slabs are kiln dried to 10%-12% moisture content which helps stabilize the wood.  
  • Epoxy resin is used to fill all cracks & voids.
  • All surfaces are sanded, ready for a finish when we receive them at our warehouse in Boise, Idaho.
  • Add $495 for a satin urethane finish by Impact Imports.  The finished price includes fine-sanding, filling of all cracks and a satin urethane finish.  Lead times vary (please contact us to discuss).
  • Choose your legs from our stock steel leg options.
  • Custom steel legs available.  Contact us for a quote.
  • Shipping  and crating not included in price and will be calculated once the slab has been crated and ready to ship.
All of our wood slabs comply with the strict Costa Rican local and national requirements for the sustainable cutting, extraction, transportation, production, documentation and exportation of natural or live edge wood slabs.  Click here for more information about sustainability.

Read how Costa Rica has doubled its Tropical Rainforest in just a few decades!


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