Furniture Design Series: The Coffee Table
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Low in profile, the Edo Coffee table could not be more simple. The wide, planked legs are hewn from solid cherry panels, then grain-matched and joined at a compound angle and polished to luminous softness. The result is a graceful balance of loft and mass, both modern and classic and sized to fit in any room.
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- In this second installment of our design series focused on tables, we take at look at the dining table.
The Meridian Collection is the first to be introduced with ash as the primary wood from retailer Thos. Moser Furniture. While also offered in cherry, the clean, crisp aesthetic of ash creates an uplifting lightness that matches perfectly with this contemporary design.
Crafted with identical care and precision as its larger relations, the matched-grain solid cherry surface had a three-inch inset apron that still allows plenty of leg and elbow room.
When painted large on the exterior of a warship, the black-and-white stripes on this low table “dazzle” and confuse the eye of the enemy. Uhuru used teak from the deck of an authentic World War II vessel to create a collection inspired by the material’s storied nautical past.
The sinuous cherry frame supports a webbed back, upholstered in full-grain leather. A removable headrest provides additional comfort, if desired. The two-position Chaise reclines fully without any handles or gadgets. Simply lean back and let gravity do the rest.
Our Radius Desk offers an oasis of spare, understated elegance in any professional or home office setting. Hollow channels hidden within the legs conceal wires that would otherwise tangle the clean lines of this refined desk.