The Eileen Gray Table was originally designed in 1927 by Eileen Gray to be used as bedside table for a guest room in her famous E. 1027 house in Cap Martin. This height-adjustable Eileen Gray Table is one of Gray’s most thought-out designs and clearly reflects her desire for pure functionality. It’s commonly used as an end table or a sofa table since it slides neatly over any sofa. Throughout the 20th century, there have been few other designs that match the elegance and versatility of the Eileen Gray Table.
The Eames Walnut Stool was originally designed by Charles and Ray Eames in 1960. This premium reproduction is hand-crafted from solid teak and stained with a dark walnut finish. Each piece is produced from a single piece of solid hardwood, unlike many reproductions which are made from joined (laminated) wood pieces.
The Le Corbusier LC6 is another timeless design by Corbusier. This height-adjustable table makes a bold statement with its matte black seamless steel frame. It can be used as a dining table or boardroom table to comfortably seat six, or as a large desk.
Presenting our classic Tulip style Table.
In a 1956 cover story in Time magazine, Eero Saarinen said he wanted to “clear up the slum of legs in the U.S. home.” Later that year, he completed his Pedestal Collection which consists of tables and chairs.
By removing support legs, Saarinen was able to maximize space, and provide the end user with a streamline table
Wipe with a soft, dry cloth. Do not use harsh abrasives or household cleaners as they may damage the finish. Marble is porous and can stain, particularly with dark liquids. Wipe spills immediately.