This range of table designs are all based on the Morris style table below. They are an attempt to show the variations possible with a good Arts & Crafts table design. They are all classifiable as Art Furniture - that style where the 'honest' integrity of solid wood Arts & Crafts furniture was crossed with the styling of artist designers like Baillie Scott, Mackintosh, Bradley, etc. In fact, probably more than anyone, a debt is owed to Baillie-Scott with these designs, they are really a continuation of the brilliant design and use of colouring he developed in his water colours, but which never reached a wide market. We can make these tables in a range of sizes, wood/paint combinations, decorative designs, different shaped tops, finishes, etc. Please enquire for more details. The tables below show a typical pattern on the legs often used on Baillie Scott's furniture designs.
This dining table closely follows examples by Morris, Stickley and other A's & C's designers. This example has a green painted base, the idea coming from Morris' own table in Cheltenham Museum. The Oak top is 47" in diameter. This was designed to be produced quite economically, but still offer the Arts and Crafts style sucessfully.
We can also supply the top in solid wood, with either round, square, rectangular, sextagonal or octagonal shaped tops. The base could be left in natural wood, or finished to a colour of your choice. The size can also be made to your requirements. Made to order.
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