My husband sent me this photo of a double plank bar table located inside the lobby of the Andaz Wall Street. He often does this when he’s traveling and sees something cool that he likes. The interior design was done by David Rockwell and in an article from Interior Design, I learned that the dining tables inside the Andaz’s restaurant, Wall & Water, were custom-made and all cut from the same guanacaste tree, so that “grain patterns align from table to table.” I’m not sure this table in the lobby is made from the same wood as the restaurant tables, but the design aesthetic is repeated.
Croft House makes a reclaimed red oak table with industrial iron steel legs, that has a similar look.
Vermont Farm Table, known more for its traditional American harvest tables, has a modern offering, made from reclaimed pine and cantilevered metal.
Pipedream – $1,715 to $3,945
Lastly, the Slab Table from BDDW — single slab Claro walnut with cast bronze wishbone base.
Slab Table – To the Trade
photo: Andaz Wall Street lobby, by T. Walker for Ei3s