Coffee & Hall Tables

short-tableBrian Rayner’s hall and coffee tables are always a favorite. His most popular furniture pieces, these distinctive styles harkening back to tradition but have a modern sense of dimension.

The “Neo-Danish” style has tapered, delicate legs with outside corner inlay. A three inch frame encloses a figured wood panel of complementary color with accents of inlay and stone – malachite, lapis or turquoise – at each corner to create a beautifully original top.

The Mission style often uses two woods – usually cherry and walnut – to accent the proportions and interplay of vertical

and horizontal elements. The table top and shelf of matching wood is trimmed, skirted and supported by graceful legs in its complementary wood. Drawers, hinged tops and custom woods are available.