the westmoreland table
Fully custom. The table pictured is 54 wide x 96 long, and extends to 144.
All solid hardwoods. Pictured in this gallery is a Westmoreland Table made from solid cherry with walnut details. These pictures were taken twelve years after delivery, thus showing a nicely aged and darkened cherry tone.
Joinery and mechanics are beautifully exposed as features, in the American Arts and Crafts tradition.
Extension leaves store elegantly and conveniently below the top and are exposed out the sides.
Aesthetics are inspired by Greene and Greene's Gamble House in Pasadena, California.
9,300 to 13,200 (depending on sizes and options). Please call for a specific quote.
This dining table is as innovative as it is convenient. In the spirit of the Arts and Crafts movement --where form is inspired by function -- the table leaves store directly beneath the top when not in use and are exposed beautifully out the sides. They then lift easily into place when needed. Because there are four twelve-inch wide leaves (to be used in pairs), the table can be easily set to lengths of eight, ten, or twelve feet. And the tightly crafted series of hand-made dovetailed rails ensures smooth operation and a very flat top, even when the table is fully extended.