Each part of Arundel – from the top to the A-frame legs – is cut to be substantial, but not overly chunky. You’ll also spot small circles in varying colours on parts of the timber. These are where the table has been jointed – they look so much better than visible screws.
We use oak for its beautiful grain, its durability and its sense of heritage (we’ve written more on its qualities here). Knots and variations in tone are part of its character, so each and every part of Arundel will be unique.
Brushing the oak removes the soft fibres from its grain, so you get a rustic, touchable texture. The wood’s protected with our IsoGuard® treatment oil in Natural Oak, which guards against dirt and scuffs without masking its texture.
Where we see it
Arundel’s equally at home in a country or city home, and it comes in two sizes so you can use it in smaller or larger rooms. It’s one of our wider consoles, though, so if you want to use it in a hallway that’s worth bearing in mind.
Just So you know
Arundel’s made from natural timber, which will expand and shrink slightly as it responds to the humidity and temperature in your room. We’ve used joinery techniques that’ll help to counteract this, but small changes are completely natural. In the unlikely event that there’s a significant change to the structure, we’ll be here to help.