Rustic dining takes centre stage with Indigenous’ Saman table
Indigenous has introduced the Saman table to its Furniture Collection. Sculpted from reclaimed Suar wood, the stunning bench-style table is characterized
by the dramatic colour variation of the timber. Made from one log, the nut brown central grain contrasts with pale blonde outer edges, creating a truly
rustic aesthetic that would work in any interior design.
Suar is a tropical shade tree, with an umbrella-shaped canopy and a huge trunk measuring up to two metres in diameter. The sturdy hardwood has a straight,
interlocking grain that prevents it from cracking, making it ideal for furniture and construction. The Suar wood used to craft the Saman table is salvaged
from highway and construction sites, and from fallen trunks, and carries eco-certification and Ministry of Forestry approval.
Indigenous’ table is offered in three lengths – 2500, 3000 and 3500mm – is 1000mm wide by 800mm in height. Lengths up to 8m are also available, by special
order. The design works equally well with traditional chairs or benches, a stylish mis-match of contemporary seats or a vintage/modern mix. The table’s
strong graining also works really well alongside animal print fabric, for a dramatic effect!
For more information, please contact indigenous on tel. 01993 824200, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the new website at www.indigenous.co.uk
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