04 June 2021


We’re delighted to introduce a handful of new designs to our collection. Here’s the first look at our recent ‘In House’ shoot with Department Two.


Polygon Pedestal Side Table

The Polygon Pedestal Side Table is a careful jointed, gently tapering dodecagon. Made in quarter sawn solid oak, or walnut as an option, the table top is a beautifully poised disc of timber. A bold, graphic silhouette, ideally placed bed or sofa-side.

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Polygon Pedestal Side Table

A bold, geometric silhouette


Bastion Dining Table

Bastion Dining Table is a soft capsule shape, gentle and inviting, carefully detailed with a full radius edge, creating a beautifully poised top which sits on heavy set column legs.

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Bastion Dining Table

Full radius egde detail


Bastion Stool

Our new Bastion Stool is made from very carefully laminated timber staves, that are then turned into a gently tapering volume. Finished with a super-soft ‘Sahara’ leather cushion seat.

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Bastion Stool

New narratives


Waney Edge Coffee Table

Our Waney Edge Coffee Table celebrates slow-grown, natural charm through these British timbers. Supported by a contrasting sturdy ingot base; clean lines meet raw, natural beauty.

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Waney Edge Coffee Table

Clean lines meet raw, natural beauty

These pieces were commissioned for Blackwood, Norfolk; a luxury holiday home nestled in secluded woodland in West Runton, Norfolk. 

Photography by Department Two

Commissioned for Blackwood, Norfolk

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