I love having friends around for diner but as I also work regularly from home, I love a large dining table that can double-up as a nice, minimalist desk when I need to spread myself. In our home in London, we have the slice table which is made of oak and gives our lounge a beautiful Scandinavian vibe. I was convinced I had shared with you pictures of our new lounge with the resin floor after the renovations but I haven’t so I will post some photos later on this week.
When it comes to the soft industrial look, I’ve always had a soft spot for the Vipp table which has a tabletop made of untreated, recycled planks making each table unique. The only downside is that this beauty will set you back £2899. Way more affordable and very similar in style is the Form table (sample available at 20% OFF here).
The Form table is made of solid mango wood with a black iron frame. A very good alternative at £955 or £764 if you grab the sample one.
The beautiful table below designed by Bleu Nature doesn’t seem to be available anymore. However I’m including it as a reminder for a creative project for myself because a while back, we purchased a set of trestles from the Pi table designed by Roderick Fry, a cool, talented New-Zealander based in Paris and I’m pretty sure, my kiwi could achieve a similar same look with scaffolding planks.Another stylish dining table is the NA2 table designed by Norm Architects for &Tradition which costs £1399 and is available in black or white. For brass & copper pendant lights, check our collection here.Last but not least, is this beautiful Crisis table designed by Piet Hein Eek who also designed the Scrapwood wallpaper here, which I have used in our bedroom in our holiday home in France. Price starts at £930