|Mackintosh Small Table|
by Jude Woodworks
Charles Rennie Mackintosh (1868-1928) was a Scottish architect, designer and artist. He practiced mostly in an Art Nouveau style influenced by the Vienna Secessionist Movement of that era.|
Mackintosh designed and crafted a floor lamp using cross spindles for sturdiness. Dave Stubblebine of Jude Woodworks has copied that construction feature with his small Quarter-sawn Oak Mackintosh Table. A very useful table that will fit with any decor, the cross spindle leg arrangement makes the table very sturdy. And the legs even have adjustable feet to prevent wobbling on an uneven floor.
Shown left above is Oak and right is NEW Cherry!
Also, your may REQUEST WALNUT.
Tha table stands 21 1/2" tall and has a 15" square top.
The feet occupy a 11 1/2" square.
However, Dave WELCOMES customer size modifications in height or top. If you prefer a size change, specify that in checkout Step 5 when placing your order.
If the size change is more than 10% of the size shown above, if a price change is applicable we will hold your order not charging your credit card until you have approved.
Please scroll down to order.
NOTE: There is a 15% DISCOUNT on a matching Book Rack when ordered with a Mackintosh Table.
Please see The Arts & Crafts Book Rack page to order.