The Wrap Expandable Dining Table from Debra Folz is constructed in Ash wood and borrows from the language of textile weaving. The tabletop is comprised of contrasting sections of ash wood, separated by their different wood grains to give the illusion of multilayered, wrapped fabric. The result is a table that is at once soft and sculptural, and extends on a diagonal to create a decidedly new form.
This Farm Table was created for MatterMade with a nod to its classic American origins. By highlighting only the most essential elements of the iconic farm table, designer Christopher Specce has brought this unequivocally American archetype into the present. The Farm Table’s stained maple base and rounded legs give it an inviting utility, while the smooth and sumptuous marble top lends a pleasing contemporary refinement. Shown with Bec Brittain A-Shades Pendant Light and MatterMade Windsor Chair.
Designer Jay Novak’s fascination with the capability of plywood inspired the Tenon Dining Table, which is designed to be both innovative and simplistic. Each Tenon table is built with 26 layers of high-quality wood for strength and durability. The table’s resilience comes from omni-directional plywood connections and T-shaped mortise and tenon joints. Shown in eight-foot length; also available in five-foot length and six-foot length.
The Skyline Dining Table from Seattle-based Hallbanger takes a minimalist silhouette and pairs it with interesting material details. Available in different wood finishes including maple, walnut, white oak, soaped ash, and black ash, the table features a simple tabletop that is connected to four flared table legs with chrome, brass, or powder-coated metal.
Copeland’s Catalina furniture series features clean lines, organic influences, and geometric forms. The Catalina Fixed Top Dining Tables are suggestive of America’s midcentury modern designers, and will complement modern and traditional interiors alike. This table is available in three sizes, offering seating for four, six, or eight guests.
Designed by Objekten’s CEO and Co-founder Alain Berteau, the Oval Table presents a softer alternative to traditional rectilinear tables. The rounded oval shape creates a versatile space that can be used as a dining room table, or even as a conference table or spacious desk in an office. The table folds for transport and storage.