Monday, November 2, 2009

Dining on the edge

There is nothing like a gathering with family and friends, sitting down to a holiday meal that has been lovingly prepared. It is a scene that is familiar and comforting to all of us, so why not shake things up with something a bit avant-garde?
The So-Ho Dining Table from Jean de Merry, with the puzzle-like base of ebonized or white gold leaf metal legs and a fossil stone top.

Cerused oak and hand-hammered and carved metal accent legs in a platinum finish, define the strong lines of the Sun Valley Dining Table from Berman Rosetti.

Christian Liaigre's Courrier Table by Holly Hunt. Sloped edges, x-base, in stock!

The cool, clean, high lustre Azure Blue polished finish and nickel feet on the Arabesque Dining Table by Dakota Jackson.

29 squares of walnut or rosewood add up to the Square Luna Dining Table by Helene Aumont.

The exaggerated scale and proportion of the turned legs round out the Owen Dining Table by Oly Studio. Available in antiqued white, chalk and antiqued black.

Giving new life to trees from the urban forest, Seattle's Urban Hardwoods crafts unique tables from what would have previously ended up in a landfill. The Seattle Dining Table uses book-matched Chinese elm with a free edge and an ebonized metal chevron base.

3 comments:

  1. I love the So-Ho Dining Table at the top. It's fantastic!!

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  2. Love the So-Ho also, it needs to be in my breakfast area!

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