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Bruno Table

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bruno table

bruno table

Design Sjoerd Vroonland, 2015
Pinewood endgrain, light pigmented oil
Made in Italy by Linteloo

In this collection, Vroonland combines the bold character of the chopping block with a keen eye for detail and smooth finished edges. The collection consists of the Butcher Table and cutting boards.

Dutch designer Sjoerd Vroonland has translated Linteloo's feel-good factor and passion for food into the Butcher collection. "Think of an artisan baker, or the butchers of the past," he says. "They were real craftsmen who made high-quality products with lots of love and attention. I've brought the same passion and attention to detail to the Butcher collection for Linteloo as these butchers and bakers. Also the details of their high quality tools as a baking tray or a chopping block inspired me." -Sjoerd Vroonland

The dining table, the central piece, is made from crosscut material from the ends of wooden planks. The table is very hard and can even be used as a chopping board - and yet it has a beautifully finished design that makes it excellent for dining with friends. "A special detail is that the table is built out of two parts with a small space in between, where you can stick your chef's knives or the wires of your electronic devices," Vroonland says. Craftsmanship meets the future in this collection that helps you to eat, play and enjoy.

The table features pinewood endgrain 'butcher' style construction with visible dowelling. It has a natural (white wash) with a light pigmented oil finish. Please note: hairline cracks, knots and naturally occurring discoloration are characteristics of solid wood and normal. Geometric patterns are created by the endgrain construction.

Bruno table: 95.3" L | 41.3" w | 29.5" h
Please note: images of table shown may not represent the actual table size available for purchase

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In 1994, more than fifteen years before trend forecaster Lidewij Edelkoort declared "wellbeing" one of the most important international trends, Jan te Linteloo started a brand that radiates "enjoying the good life" in every possible way. Raised by parents who owned a furniture store in The Netherlands, he had noticed the domination of minimalism in the early nineties. British and Italian design gurus were promoting an anonimous, almost sterile interior style in which practically anything personal should be hidden in cupboards, and anything "comfortable" was expelled to the bedroom.


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