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Casual & Hearty

- Casual and Hearty -

A rustic ritual, carve up a juicy joint

Think plates piled high with simple tasty fare. A well carved roast, in the centre of a chunky wooden table. Good honest food, relaxed surrounds, where everyone is welcome. Family.

Museum Dining Table

Inspired by the floors of the Victoria and Albert museum, this special piece is handcrafted from reclaimed English parquet flooring, for a rustically uneven surface full of character.

Tracks Dining Table

Using reclaimed railway sleepers, our selective Tracks range highlights the true beauty of old timber. Each beam is de-nailed and washed by hand, preserving its history and authenticity.

Georgian Architectural Table

The Georgian Architectural dining table is handcrafted from Genuine English Reclaimed Timber sourced from disused buildings in the UK, sometimes up to 100 years old. A really warm and welcoming chunky table to anchor the room for casual sit downs.

- The Menu -


Serve up a simple yet favourite lunch to share with friends and family. Comforting food served straight from the roasting dish onto the table.

Roast chicken with lemon & herb marinade, roasted sweet potatoes, trio of salads: green, tomato & green olive, broccoli & green bean with toasted hazelnuts. Served with salsa verde and red onion jam

Roasted peaches, caramelized with brown sugar

Dark chocolate squares, mint tea or coffee

Sansa Dining Chair

The ruggedness of Weathered Oak and the faded sheen of soft, hand-buffed leather make this bistro beauty a casual, comfortable seat, perfect for family get-togethers.

Ruffed Dining Chair

Hand-pulled leather in a rich, buttery texture makes the Ruffed dining chair a comfortable base to recount tales of adventure over dinner with friends.

Circus Dining Chair

Forget head of the table when you can be ringmaster. Inspired by mid-century Danish design, the Circus dining chair has an emphasis on form and functionality. Its smooth clean lines and generously padded seat are covered in our premium aniline leathers, handfinished for unrivalled quality.

- The Playlist -

Roasting Rhythms

Add a little refinement, a little elegance to underpin the casual mood. Something jazzy halfway through keeps things loose.

“It's a new dawn, it's a new day, it's a new life for me... And I'm feelin'... good.”

Nina Simone

Crystal Chandelier

The Crystal lighting collection is inspired by the elaborate designs of late Georgian-era chandeliers, contrasting elegant features with an authentically rusted steel frame.

Faraday Pendant

This innovative pendant is a homage to physicist Michael Faraday, who discovered the ‘Faraday effect’ in 1845 during his experiments with magnetic fields and light. The Faraday cage blocks external electrical and magnetic interference, creating a protected core. Pendant available in clear or amber glass.

Crossglass Chandelier

Inspired by late 20th century Italian design, the powerful Crossglass chandelier features sweeping arcs of crystal clear glass overlapped on an octagonal base. The curved shapes are achieved through extruding the glass through a hollow die, a process invented in the 1800s.

- The Expert’s Tip -


Get inventive with your place settings. Tie napkins with leather ties for a simple yet sophisticated touch and pair with an aromatic sprig of fresh rosemary.

- Dinner with -


Liberty Vittert. Paris Cordon Bleu trained chef, PhD in mathematics and regular on TV show The American Cook. Brings a non-classical sense of discernment to those she hosts. Perfect dinner party? An elegant yet relaxed BBQ.



A good old fashioned Creole clam dip to start with cherry BBQ ribs and a corn soufflé to spiff it up a bit. I would finish light with fresh summer berries in a vanilla custard sauce. BBQ ribs are not BBQ ribs unless served with an ice cold beer. But it can be dinner party ready if you fancify that beer into a Watermelon cocktail, spiced up with a little Creole Shrubb liqueur, the perfect complement.


A wooden table, with beautifully covered chairs. Maybe even a chalkboard with the menu written up, and of course a gorgeous candelabra taking center stage smack dap in the middle of the table. Don't forget the fresh picked wildflowers, they don't even need vases, old wine bottles, beer bottles, and mason jars is all you need.


Wander down to the lake after polishing off the last of the vanilla sauce, totting a couple bottles of smooth whiskey and watch the sunset. Don't forget the blankets!


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