The parquet used for this table was originally the floor for a church in Sutton Coldfield in the West Midlands of England.

Assembly required
Minimal
Colour
Gloss Charcoal Grey
Depth
60cm
Height
45cm
Material
Steel legs and shelf
Package depth
65cm
Package height
25cm
Package weight
18kg
Package width
125cm
Secondary colour
Beeswax finish on Pine
Secondary material
Reclaimed Parquet
Size
Standard Coffee Table
Weight
17kg
Width
118cm

The parquet was originally the floor for a church in Sutton Coldfield in the West Midlands

We made this coffee table from reclaimed parquet flooring. The table top sits on custom built steel legs. Suspended under the table is a storage shelf for magazines and books.

The parquet was originally the floor for a church in Sutton Coldfield in the West Midlands of England. Luckily the Church still stands and is now re-purposed as a community hall. The flooring was removed as part of the renovations and we were lucky enough to get our hands on it. The parquet bricks are pitch pine and have all the marks and imperfections that make them just perfect in our eyes. We plane the top surface of the bricks and sand them back before applying our own recipe beeswax polish. We have arranged the bricks in an attractive herringbone pattern. We expose the edge of the parquet bricks and chamfer the edge of the ply making it almost invisible.

The legs are in our typical JAM style of contemporary folded steel with exposed black rivets. The legs and the shelf have been powder coated in a gloss charcoal grey.

The table comes complete with a pot of our beeswax polish and a polishing cloth.



Inspired by reclaimed timber and minimalist design. I build contemporary furniture from reclaimed timbers from my workshop in Cardigan, West Wales