A closer look at Turnberry
Turnberry’s legs are what make it look more traditional – they’re based on refectory trestle table designs that have been around since the Middle Ages. They’re turned (cylindrical), which exposes the different layers in the wood grain and brings out the patterns even more, so you’ll get lots of that personality-adding variation from leg to leg, never mind piece to piece.
Pine, because it adds character to more refined finishes. Run your hand over Turnberry and you’ll be able to feel that the grain creates subtle dips and bumps in the surface, and over time it’ll only continue to get more textured. With its low profile, a coffee table is a way to make this stand-out material the centrepiece of your room without dominating like a dresser or bookcase would.
In Turnberry’s case, the pine has a soft, grey-toned (and stain-resistant) finish. It looks more like naturally weathered timber than what you’d normally expect from pine, and will vary from piece to piece so each one’s individual. Because it brings the feel of the great outdoors inside, the name ‘Seasoned Spruce’ felt perfect.