Cottage Living did a feature on Simple vs. West Indies dining ensembles back in their May/June 2008 issue and featured Tracery as the contact to special order the circled table [above left]. We thought we would share two installations of the table in our work.
[photo by Eric Marcus]
The Thorson 6-foot Dining Table was the perfect companion to the reclaimed red gum wood cabinetry in this Alys Beach model home. Nestled between the open kitchen and living areas, this dining table is long and elegant making it a great spot to host fanciful dinners yet simple enough for the kids to gather around to do school work.
[photo by Colleen Duffley]
The same dining table was also utilized in the cafe [above] of a Birmingham, Alabama based law firm. The use of benches instead of chairs softens the corporate atmosphere and gives employees a place to sit and relax as they enjoy their lunch or an afternoon snack.