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  • Lake Side Walnut Dining Table

    April 07, 2014 1 min read

    Along the beautiful shores of Lake Erie at Long Point, our awesome clients have built their dream cottage.  It is a haven for friends and family to rejuvenate and visit.  We were asked to design a large dining table that would capture the serenity and uniqueness of their beautiful space while, accommodating their entertaining needs. DSC_0959
    The table is built from solid walnut and measures 7'5"l x 44"w.  The table top is constructed with live-edge boards on both sides to give it the raw, organic feel that we are so passionate about. DSC_1026DSC_0996
    The legs are stabilized with this beautiful trestle, showcasing the gorgeous detailing of the wood grain.

    One of the most rewarding parts about working with hardwoods, such as walnut, are the textural surprises we find within the natural grains. The placement of the table’s trestle is specifically positioned low so people can rest their beach-tired feet, sit back, and soak in the outdoor landscape. DSC_1004DSC_0982
    It was such a pleasure working with our new clients and we are in love with this table's new home!  We hope it serves as a centerpiece for happy memory making for years to come.  For more information, or to discuss commissioning your own custom piece, please contact us at hello@studio50.ca | 226.208.1428!

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