The Pillars table has been designed to highlight the legs that fit into the top. Like a carpenter's bench, the legs support an imposing solid wood top. It is our daily work tool in the workshop and we thought of Piliers to highlight it.
Pillars presents a tray split in two to form a line that guides the eye. The rounded edges invite you to sit down and share. The imposing legs support the thick tabletop. With a thickness of 30 mm, this tabletop gives a feeling of solidity and durability that is reminiscent of old tables. It is a table that is both a functional object and a heritage.
With a total width of 80 cm and length of 180 cm, this table can accommodate up to 8 guests who will discover a rich surface with sinuous and natural patterns.
Use - maintenance
The wood has a natural finish that is resistant to water and wear. However, avoid direct contact with hot containers and clean coffee, tea or wine stains immediately. You can clean the wood with a dry or damp cloth and soapy water. Do not use an abrasive sponge.
It is advisable to maintain the wood with linseed oil or a natural wax. Please contact us for more information. The colour of the wood will change over time.
The wooden legs do not scratch the floor.
Supplied unassembled. Assembly requires the supplied Allen key. Please refer to the assembly instructions supplied with the product.
Dimensions and color
The table has the following dimensions: 180 cm long, 75 cm wide and 80 cm high.
The legs and tops are made of natural coloured wood. As wood is a natural material, variations in patterns are expected between each design.
The table can be delivered disassembled to reduce the transport footprint (3 packages). Simple assembly is detailed in the instructions supplied with your order. Assembly requires an Allen key which is supplied. Alternatively, the table can be delivered assembled - please contact us.
Materials and origin of the parts
The table is made entirely in our workshop from solid wood (beech, origin BE/DE). The wood comes from sustainable forest management (FSC or PEFC).
The linseed oil used for finishing comes from Belgium or France.
The hardware (screws, metal inserts and assembly fittings) is manufactured in Europe and Asia.
The beech is worked by hand from raw wood. The wood is planed, cut to size and assembled. Finally, the surfaces are sanded and some edges are rounded. All surfaces are then given a hard finish.
Wooden surfaces are protected with several layers of "hard oil" (without siccatives - heavy metals). This is a natural, healthy and resistant finish. It is recommended to renew the protection every year with a similar product.
For more details about the materials or the manufacturing process, visit our manufacturing page.