Elm Dining Table
Each bespoke project starts with a design brief to establish the client's personal objectives and requirements, as well as the intended location and environment for the furniture. This Elm dining table was designed to accommodate family get-togethers and to provide an informal alternative to the more formal furniture in the client's dining room.
Since Dutch Elm disease came to Britain 20 years ago, Elm has become an increasingly rare type of wood. Nevertheless, we were able to source an exceptionally good example of this beautiful light timber. The rich grain markings complement the simple yet elegant design of this table. The solid Elm top features tactile curve-chamfered edges and under-arching table rails, providing additional leg room. The sculptured legs and gentle scoops on the underside of the table top are a contemporary take on a typical Arts and Crafts embellishment.
The table is finished with several coats of oil, which protects the wood from spills, and will develop a warm patina over time. This particular table was designed to sit 8 people, but can be made to order in any size and timber to suit your individual requirements.
Dimensions: To Order
Guide Price: From £1800