2017 / Home Interior Products / Interior Furniture / Professional
Dining table SARMA
Bronze in Home Interior Products/Interior Furniture
Railis Design, Latvia
• L200cm X W100cm X H75cm. Legs -
Copper&wood, Thickness 32mm. Width - 20cm,
Weights Around 150kg.Our Main Task Was To Fullfil Our Clients
Dream- To Have A Unique Dining Table And Put
A Piece Of Something Very Interesting In It.
It Was A Challenge To Find Such A Big Piece
Of Wood With A Perfect And Matching Structure
For Making The Copper Inlay. We Wanted To
Give Both To This Furniture- The Sense Of Old
And Modern. Finally We Ve Got Modern With
Luxurious Design And Use Of Epoxy, But The
Sense Of Old Is First Of All In The Piece Of
This Very Old Wood And Eventually In Tables
Legs When The Copper Will Start To Age And
Change His Colour.
Luxury Live edge Dining Table SARMA. This
modern dining table is handmade from old,
reclaimed oak with a embeded fine copper
inlay into the wood, finished with 5 layers
of clare epoxy resin which gives a super high
glossy look. It is seated on trapezium copper
legs. Great style can respect the environment
and look luxurious in the same time. Thanks
to used metal this table will visualy change.
Eventually the copper on tables legs will age
and its colour will become darker. It gives a
sense of real live to this furniture. This
table was made in 2 months and delivered to
our client in December 2015. It is 100%
handmade in every detail.
We, at Railis Design, are directly inspired
by the beauty and epic history of Iceland.
Our furniture is mostly made from reclaimed
and solid wood combaining it with different
metals- copper, brass and bronze. For dining
table SARMA most importantly is to preserve
the natural pattern of the unique wood edge
by injecting copper into natural wooden gaps.
Photo Credit: Railis Design
Credits: • L200cm x W100cm x H75cm. Legs -
copper&wood, thickness 32mm. Width - 20cm,
weights around 150kg.Our main task was to fullfil our clients
dream- to have a unique dining table and put
a piece of something very interesting in it.
It was a challenge to find such a big piece
of wood with a perfect and matching structure
for making the copper inlay. We wanted to
give both to this furniture- the sense of old
and modern. finally we ve got modern with
luxurious design and use of epoxy, but the
sense of old is first of all in the piece of
this very old wood and eventually in tables
legs when the copper will start to age and
change his colour.