Products

Tables

Please visit our partners to find out more about our dining and occasional tables.



BassamFellows

BassamFellows

www.bassamfellows.com

The select range of tables from BassamFellows includes their unique brass and solid wood Tray Tables and their unique three-legged Plank Tables.



Carl Hansen & Son

Carl Hansen & Son

www.carlhansen.com

Carl Hansen & Son offers a range of classic Danish Modern designs by Hans Wegner including his CH322 extension table and CH08 coffee table in a range of woods and finishes.



Cassina

Cassina

www.cassina.com

Cassina’s classic modern table collection includes Theodore Waddell’s Table 713, Charlotte Perriand’s Ventaglio table and Le Corbusier’s steel and glass LC10 coffee table.



Cherner

Cherner

www.chernerchair.com

Norman Cherner’s namesake company has expanded on his original designs in molded plywood to create a range of simple wood tables that perfectly complement his chairs.



Fritz Hansen

www.fritzhansen.com

Fritz Hansen’s elegant table range includes Piet Hein’s Superelliptical table, and Poul Kjaerholm’s PK71 nesting tables and PK61 coffee tables.



Herman Miller

Herman Miller

www.hermanmiller.com

Herman Miller offers the versatile Eames dining table range, as well as occasional table designs such as the Eames Molded Plywood table and the original Noguchi Table.



Knoll

Knoll

www.knoll.com

Knoll features several of families of table designs, including Saarinen, Florence Knoll and Platner, each of which offers dining, end and coffee table versions in a range of finishes.



MASH Studio

MASH Studios

www.mashstudios.com

MASH Studios of Los Angeles produces simple, oiled walnut tables for their LAX and PCH Series lines.



Speke Klein

Speke / Klein

www.spekeklein.com

Speke / Klein’s simple, solid wood table designs include “Think Puzzle”, Rowlands and Quinn.



Vitra

Vitra

www.vitra.com

Swiss/German manufacturer Vitra is the home of classic table designs including Jean Prouve’s signature table, Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec’s metal side tables and Marten van Severen’s minimal “A” table.