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Modern Ash Side Table

Modern Ash Side Table

Modern ash side table or one night stand in solid White Ash.   Designed for the right-hand side of the bed. Featuring two Modern Ash Side Tabledrawers above a single door. The grain was carefully planned to fall continuously across the drawer and door faces. The table conceived in the French modernist style of the 1940’s.  The top is cantilevered on a hidden steel support embedded into vertical support on the right-hand side.  The design for the table was inspired by two important early 20c Architects, Pierre Chareau from France and Eileen Gray an Irish designer who spent most of her life working in France. The table dimensions are 24″width x 16″ deep x 29″ height.

 

 

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Chareau Tea Table in Walnut with Stainless Steel Hinges

The Chareau Tea Table with two drop leaves.

The Chareau Tea table was designed for the client so it could be used as a tea table in front of the sofa and as console table along the wall. Each leg moves independently on the hinge assembly at the top and bottom of the fixed center support post. Shown closed as a console table, The table top is made from four Walnut planks, Traditional drop leaf table rule joints were used for the construction of the hinged flaps.  Shown with turned walnut stools designed by Charles & Ray Eames for Herman Miller. The table was inspired by the work of the early 20th Century French architect Pierre Chareau.         Dimensions are 42″ x 42″ x 25.5″ H. shown open. 42″ x 18.5″ closed.  Please click on the images to enlarge.

 

Chareau Tea table

Table folded closed

Chareau Tea Table

Table in open position

 

Amercian-Walnut-and-Stainless-Steel

Stainless Steel hinge detail underside of top

 

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