Hoof Wooden Tables by Samuel Wilkinson

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Inspired by the painted wooden chairs that have the end of the legs left as natural wood so that the paint doesn’t chip off if kicked or knocked. The leg ends of these tables designed by samuel wilkinson are sharpened almost like a horse’s hoof that’s trimmed. The Leg detail is painted first, then cut back to produce the unique pattern unlike the usual production process which is having a painted section and a natural part which are assembled, masked then finally painted. The fine edge of the tables is created from the soft chamfer being on the top and bottom, giving the tables a tactile feel, indicating the tables are made from solid wood.

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