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Monday, September 23, 2013

In the store: American tables

Two tables have made their way into the store recently. One is a rosewood and chrome console table by Milo Baughman, which is low and sleek and designed for a low-slung sofa. The other is a round dining table by Edward Wormley for Dunbar which has four leaves and extends to seat twelve. The Dunbar table is made of Tawi wood with a dark mahogany base and has two additional legs that drop down to support the center of the table when extended. Both are exceptional examples of American design.

Milo Baughman rosewood and chrome console table

Alternate view

Tawi wood and mahogany table by Edward Wormley for Dunbar

Dunbar table with no leaves

Dunbar table with one leaf

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  1. Both tables are beautiful Dana. I love the console table!

    1. I think Baughman had a way with tables that few others did. He could make a simple design look elegant and flashy at the same time, which is no mean feat.