It’s a good sign when a style of furniture has withstood the test of time. Namely, the refectory table, first built in the middle ages for monastery halls. As counterpart to our post on
Traditional Refectory Tables, here are our picks for modern renditions of the age-old style. Above: The Heerenhuis Larbus Solid Oak Table is available through Heerenhuis Manufactuur. Contact for price and ordering information. Above: The Mark Tuckey Timber Refectory Table is made in all timber—shown in American Oak with an oil finish. Above: Designed by Neri & Hu for De La Espada, the Structure Table in American black walnut, American white oak, or European Ash in a range of finishes; $10,180 at The Future Perfect. Above: The Bailey Dining Table designed by Peter Lowe is available in an 8- or 10-seat size starting at £2,395 at Benchmark. Above: The Mark Tuckey Simple Conservatory Table, shown in American oak, is $3,840 to $4,450 at Mark Tuckey. Above: From Sika Design, the Lucas Extension Table is $3,858 at Danish Design Store. Above: The Heerenhuis Trappist Solid Oak Table is available directly through Heerenhuis Manufactuur. Contact for price and ordering information. Above: The Swedish antique Large Pine Lovo Table by Axel Einar Hjorth for Nordiska Kompaniet is one of the many rare antiques offered by designer Rose Uniacke through her London shop. Contact Rose Uniacke for more information. Above: Made in natural ash by Konstantin Grcic for Mattizzi, the Clerici Dining Table is £2,723 at SCP. Above: From Tre Sekel, the Landala Dining Table made in solid pine is 12,000 SEK at Artilleriet.
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