Eames Inspired Dining Table


Eames Inspired Dining Table

“In 1949, Charles and Ray Eames designed a coffee table as a unique furnishing for their own residence, the legendary Eames House in Pacific Palisades, near Los Angeles. Ever since, the table has contributed to the unique decor of this historic home interior. The rectangular table top, which gives a simultaneous impression of simplicity and luxury, was originally covered in gold leaf. Its dowel-leg base is a variation of the wooden base found on the Eames Plastic Chairs. In the following years, Charles and Ray Eames produced two more of these tables, but with a marble top.”-text: Vitra

These were never brought into production until the 2010s when Vitra brought out a re-edition of the Eames Coffee Table. Now it has been updated again as a dining table, though not by Vitra.

a modern reinterpretation of the classic Eames chair base from 1950

we recently acquired several of these bases; they’re not labeled, but the labels were never on the legs; we have different tops we can put on them; here we have a speckled dark grey formica top with black rubber edge (bumper) 

solid blond wood (beech) legs with black steel braces

vintage, retro

DesignerCharles & Ray Eames





Conditiongood, mild wear

Materialswood, steel

Colorblack, blond





1 in stock

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