Just had to share these elegant contemporary dining room table designs from three sources we adore: George Nakashima Woodworking, Roche Bobois, and Four Hands.  These tables are truly masterpieces of design. They are respectful of the environment and are inspirational works-of-art. Luxury dining furniture can come in many shapes and forms, so we have put together few of our favorites.


George Nakashima Woodworking

Influenced by traditional Japanese design and believing in the simplicity of design, George Nakashima Woodworking believes in putting their creations to practical use by combining beautiful design with functionality. They are pioneers of the practice of cutting logs “through-and-through,” leaving all the natural forms of the wood, its flaws, and bark intact. This gives each piece a natural touch of nature, with beauty in its imperfections. Redefining the meaning of free-form, their’s is a signature organic look. If you want to see some showstopping kitchen and dining tables, visit nakashimawoodworkers.com for more info.

Roche Bobois

Located in Paris, France, Roche Bobois has been a leader in furniture design since the 1950s. Strongly influenced by the culture and art of France, in addition to their architecture, woodwork, textiles and ceramics. With the increased awareness of human impact on the environment, they have developed new approaches for their quality creations. Their designs slant towards modern and contemporary including warm industrial style, which appeals to many of our clients. Visit Roche-bobois.com for more info.

Four Hands

We were recently in a spectacular Vermont home that had a unique Four Hands dining table. We fell in love with it. When you visit their website, you will find stunning natural designs that are warm and unique in mixed materials and industrial influences. Their dining tables might be just the right look you are going for. Four Hands’ neutral linen-blend seating with high-performance fabric is practical and ideal for daily dining. Have a look and visit Four Hands for more information.

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