Sharon called. She needed a table. A dining room table large enough
to seat 8 to 10 people. She wanted something original, a conversation
piece, a place where conversation would flow…
It had to be sturdy but not take up too much space, aerodynamic
with soft lines. Guests could lean in and feel like part of the
family, while having plenty of leg room.
Comfortable, elegant, modern, unusual, and distinctive… to
fit in with my grandparent’s antique dining room chairs,
- The elliptical shape for the top came to me right away. It allows
a smooth flow along the major axis, and provides space in the center.
slightly curved, angled and most invisible apron underneath
took me longer to perfect. It rigidifies the top. It holds the
removable (easy transportation) yet, very sturdy legs, and
them away from the knees…
- Most chairs take up a lot of space
around a table, so I designed a bench, that is easy to pull
in and out from under the table,
and so comfortable – with a slightly inclined seat for
ergonomic support. Two benches fit together along one side
or can be used
- The most distinctive feature is the material I use
to make this table and the benches, 100% bamboo! It is a fast
durable material. I buy plyboo® panels with low/no VOC
adhesives. Please visit www.plyboo.com for more information.
- The table and two benches are available as a 3-piece unit,
in natural or amber, in horizontal or vertical grain. I apply
a few coats of a natural oil mix as a protective finish. This
matte finish preserves the natural beauty of the bamboo fibers
and is easy to maintain.
Sharon knew what she wanted, you can have it too. For more questions
and to place an order please contact me: firstname.lastname@example.org.