ready for take-off?
ready for take-off?warm walnut meets machine-age deco
crack marquetryfill the hole in your living room with a whole lotta style
animal spiritsexposing the soft bark teases out hidden depth and subtlety
feeling crotchety?a little drama at the dinner table?
what's that you say?
yoav liberman, popular woodworking magazine
... a wonderful composition of natural wood top with neutral monochromatic white legs. The stylistic differences provide appealing contrast, complementing each other while highlighting the intrinsic uniqueness of each.
Very happy with our new table! Amazing! The wood is beautiful and unique and looks like it will endure. A distinct and artistic piece that is quickly becoming a talking point for visitors.Great communication and collaboration from Colm throughout - a real pleasure to work with.
Julie Simmons eye gallery, ithaca, ny
in a market where prefab, allen-wrench-built particleboard furniture is the norm, what a joy it is to own a live-edge table by joined up wrighting. The craftsmanship is precise, yet fluid: the warmth and hue of wood and oil are lush and silky. And with the combination of found legs that are visible on the surface of the table, this artisanal gem is like no other I've seen.