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MIMA Side Table in Oak <br>by John Eadon
MIMA Side Table in Oak <br>by John Eadon
MIMA Side Table in Oak <br>by John Eadon
MIMA Side Table in Oak <br>by John Eadon
MIMA Side Table in Oak <br>by John Eadon
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MIMA Side Table in Oak
by John Eadon

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A contemporary and elegant design with hexagonal base and top, connected by an array of slender spindles letting lots of light through and resulting in an equally interesting array of shadows. These splayed spindles are arranged around one half of the hexagon with some passing through the base as feet, and form the ideal place to keep your favourite magazines and coffee table books. Two larger spindles support the other half of the hexagon, leaving an open part of the shelf for larger objects or plants. All the spindles support the top and are secured with visible wedged tenons, very strong, and creating an interesting detail on the table top surface.

Finished with hardwax oil. Grain pattern and colour may all vary, these are characteristics of working with natural wood.

Made to order, please allow 4-6 weeks

h 52cm x w 46cm x d 53cm

John Eadon is Furniture Designer and Maker based in Warwickshire

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Sustainability Report:

For John Eadon environmental impact and sustainability is a key factor and he uses responsibly sourced FSC timber from sustainably managed forests where more trees are planted than cut down. John was raised on a farm and this relationship to the countryside and nature sparked an early connection to trees, woodland and working with wood. John then developed his creative side at Norwich School of Art & Design before finding work as a carpenter and developing woodworking skills further by teaching himself and learning on the job. 

"Being self-taught has taken a lot of time and sacrifice but learning on the job has helped build a full skillset. This, along with my time at Art School and as a practising artist, are the important foundations to my work.

By carefully selecting materials and creating lasting designs handcrafted to a high quality, we can help contribute to a more sustainable future and intelligent use of resources."