This solid walnut table was commissioned by a designer on behalf of a client who wanted a specific design they'd seen before, in a very specific size for their space, and out of real hardwood walnut (as opposed to an engineered wood aka plastic like you see coming from so many "high end" stores). We took the design and put it into the computer and played with the size as it related to their seating goals and the taper. Since we shrunk the original design, the table, which starts at 38" in the center tapers down to 32" on the ends. It's like an oval that has straight cuts on the end.
This extendable walnut table was the product of a lot of collaboration between the clients and Cannon Hill Woodworking. First we met in the showroom and began to hone in on a design. The clients were deciding between a pill, an oval, and a round table to start with, and the base type and placement of the base as it related to seating was very important. After many emails, the clients came to our workshop to finalize everything.
This coffee table was made for a client for her recently purchased home in Wayland. We went to her home to help her take measurements for both a dining table and a coffee table. This is a service we offer because it can be really helpful to have an expert who makes furniture for a living walk you through the general spacing requirements for furniture. Originally it had a different design. Then the client got inspired by a tall standing lamp! So we did several drawing for her that were inspired by the tall standing lamp, and by the trapezoid bases that her dining table were getting.
This Reclaimed Oak Oval Table is 80 inches long and 40 inches wide. The bench matches the curved profile. The finish on this table is called "pure" and the legs are custom made trapezoids. We can make oval tables of most lengths and widths. It's a beautiful set, now living in Providence, Rhode Island.
This table is in a conference room in the same building as our office/showroom in the Seaport. When they came by to see our showroom, they decided they needed to upgrade their conference table. It's not a large room, so an oval shape was perfect not only for flow of traffic, but also to angle everyone so as to be facing one another during meetings. We make oval tables in most lengths and widths.