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Vintage Dining

Posted on Nov 18, 2013 by

Vintage and contemporary elements combine to stunning effect in this dining table designed by Ines Cole. The table top is hand-crafted from ash wood and inset with two square panels of toughened glass. The glass inserts enable you and your guests to spend dinner admiring the vintage Singer sewing machine bases that have been reworked to support the beautiful dining table – the original features are certainly a great talking point (and a good distraction if your cooking can be as hit and miss as mine…!). As each table is created using these original vintage elements, no two are the same. You can also enquire about custom sizes if you need your table to fit a particular space or seat a certain number.

Vintage Singer table with wooden top, by Ines Cole, £1,695, Rockett St George

Vintage Singer table with wooden top, by Ines Cole, Rockett St George

Vintage Singer table with wooden top, by Ines Cole, Rockett St George
Image courtesy of rockettstgeorge.co.uk

Original Singer base of the Ines Cole table viewable through the glass panel

The glass panel in the tabletop enables diners to admire the original Singer base
Image courtesy of rockettstgeorge.co.uk

You might also be interested in some of the other dining tables we’ve featured recently, including these particularly smart and stylish tables from Barker & StonehouseNot On The High Street and The Old Cinema.

 

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