We recently completed a project for a customer for whom we’d previously made a burr walnut coffee table. He loved the coffee table so much that he returned to ask if we would make a demilune table to accompany it.
The project actually involved making a pair of demilune tables, one for each alcove of his living room. Our bespoke design aimed to enhance the interior of his sitting room and match the coffee table without overpowering it.
We designed and manufactured two really lovely demilune side tables in American black walnut with ebony detailing. The tables were decorated with a stunning sunburst marquetry top, ebony stringing and ebony half-moon inlay. The legs were tapered and had an ebony inlay at the top.
We offer a variety of finishes for the wood we use, and in this case our master craftsmen recommended a hand-applied oil satin finish to complement these elegant tables. It gave them a lovely shine and really enhanced the detail and contrastive quality of the marquetry.
These two elegant side tables each measure 850mm high, 800mm wide and 430mm deep. They cost a total of £4,000, which included delivery.
This project was a pleasure to work on and the finished side tables sit perfectly alongside the coffee table in our client’s living room.
Anyone who is looking for a piece of personal and unique furniture can make use of our commissioning service. This allows you to work closely with our expert design and manufacturing team to bring your ideas to life.
Whether you come to us with a vague idea of what you’d like or a detailed sketch, we can translate your vision into a beautiful and individual item.
We use our wealth of knowledge and experience to create furniture that’s not only stunning to look at, but is also stylish, practical and durable. Our workshop uses state-of-the-art technology to make sure all our furniture is of the highest quality and the most innovative design.
We keep in regular contact with our clients to make sure they remain informed of the development of their commission throughout the whole design and manufacturing process.
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