This design gives a nod to the vintage Formica Top Tables of the 1950’s, often seen in kitchens and diners. In this interpretation, the angled legs and slim proportions elevate this piece into a more contemporary aesthetic. An undemanding yet striking design this piece works well as a small or large 2, 4 or 8 seater dining table, or as an entrance table.
The Tapered Leg Table is made with either a Fenix composite top or with a solid timber top. When made with a timber top, the edge of the top can be either the full 0.8", or it can have a thin fielded 0.35" edge for an added refined detail. While the thin edge lends itself to a more contemporary and crisp line, the full 0.8" edge gives the design more visual weight and falls into a more classic look. The Fenix composite top is exclusively made with a 0.35 thick fielded edge. The Tapered Leg Table can also be modified to be lower or higher than our standard dining height, which makes for a lovely coffee table, a children’s play/dinner table, or a bar table. On this design, the table legs are removable and should you wish at a later stage to purchase regular length legs your coffee or children’s table can be turned back into a regular dining height.
This is a custom piece of furniture, made to order, to your exact specification. Once we have received your online order we will be in touch to confirm the finish/color/material specifications, before placing the final order with our supplier. If unsure, please select your preference(s) at this stage and we will consult with you to finalize your options.
2 seater (S): 27.5" diameter x 29.5" H / 700 x 750mm 2 seater (M): 31.5" diameter x 29.5" H / 800 x 750mm 4 seater (M): 39.5" diameter x 29.5" H / 1000 x 750mm 4 seater (L): 47" diameter x 29.5" H / 1200 x 750mm
Wipe surface with a damp cloth and dry with a clean cloth after daily use. Spills should be wiped up directly. Please refer to full care and maintenance instructions in the pdf link below.
The Tapered Leg Round Table is available in the following timbers and finishes: