The Sabine dining table is a departure from our normal approach to composed-for-grain and colour match. We have found that some people love their timber to be a bit wild. The top of the Sabine is made from randomly matched boards of blackwood and may contain knots and sap wood.
To seat your family comfortably around a table, the legs need to be located right at the corners; the Sabine leg pods achieve this effortlessly. The shape and size of the top can be varied to suit your circumstances; square or rectangular to your specifications.
The Sabine table was designed to complement the Sabine Chair. A Sabine suite has a casual vibe, ideal for a young family or perhaps a holiday house.
The “X-frame” concept, which uses the top structurally and leg pods at the corners was pioneer by David Mac Laren of the Bungendore Woodworks Gallery (under whom Evan trained)