We love when an experiment turns out great. Mila was the product of an attempt to move away from the standard four-leg constraints and create a modular system of two “base elements” that support a modern, floating, solid maple top. The result is unique, clean, and refreshing.
A soft-modern hybrid of solid maple, hand crafted woodworking and locally fabricated custom steel joints. The combination of elements creates a dining table that is both gracefully and fiercely contemporary.
A solid maple bar-height table with a contemporary pedestal
The new Sonoma table design is a clean, geometric design that arises from the rustic post and beam framing that we admire in traditional New England architecture.
The new Carson dining table offers timeless design that can be elegant or casual.
A “Signature” top is one of four textured top options that we offer: Planked, Rustic, Hand Planed, or Strata. (Note: a Smooth top table with a Distressed, Wire Brushed or Heritage finish is NOT a Signature Top).
Alternate table top planks are slightly raised and lowered, giving the look of an antique farm table, without any grooves or “crumb catchers”.
This technique has multiple lines or grooves that mimic aged “split” marks and create a table top that looks naturally aged. We recommend Heritage and Distressed finishes to best capture an authentically aged and antique look on your table top.
This technique captures the texture of table tops before the era of modern woodworking machines, when boards were hand planed to produce a rippled surface that shows tool marks and “tear out”.
Hand carved lines add subtle texture to your table top.
A solid maple counter-height table with a contemporary pedestal
A glass top dining table with a solid maple contemporary pedestal base