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This year’s dining trends are all about finish and functionality. Pulling more modern materials into traditional forms. Adding purposeful details for contemporary living, like self-storing leaves and just-right scale. It all adds up to fresh juxtapositions that call all to gather ‘round.
Shapes of the season are lighter, less bulky, echoing the flexibility of the modern form. We’ve introduced tables that transform from oval to rectangle — and those that fit smaller spaces, then open up for grand entertaining.
Finishes follow suit, with a tempting new mix of textures and tones. From black, textured lava stone and marble to bleached or burnished woods, smoked glass, and raw or galvanized metals — simply expect the unexpected.


Constantine Jude Dining Table

High-voltage chrome and clean lines are the perfect counterpoint to molded lavastone. Deep-dyed and lightly sanded, the deceptively simple surface is alive with texture and movement.


Irondale Iron & Glass Dining Table

A playful table turns smokey glass and black-waxed iron into something soft — and perhaps seductive. Silhouetted, curved, and mirrored shapes catch the eye and delight the imagination.


Wesson Brant 94” Dining Table

Iron is hand-washed in acid and sealed to preserve a moment in time. Thick, wire-brushed oak paired with geometric, flatstock underpinnings feel ahead of the curve.

Re-inventing classics is our passion. This year, even our most traditional table obsessions take on slimmer lines while straying away from heavy turns and chunky bases. Explore a Four Hands signature mix of solid and reclaimed woods, updated without the rules.
The pull of traditional forms + the push of modern materials = the paradox of great design. See more at our High Point showroom, April 18 - 23.


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Four Hands High Point
Showplace Suite #4101 
211 East Commerce Avenue 
High Point, NC 27262

Now Trending: The 2015 Look Book
Don’t forget to check out the 2015 Look Book — a visual taste of the latest styles, textures, and trends from Four Hands. See them online, then see them in person at High Point, April 18 -23.