Hudson Furniture showcases large-scale, sculptural modern dining tables designs handcrafted by expert artisans in New York City.
Barlas Baylar founded Hudson Furniture Gallery, a concept design showroom 10 years ago. Always inspired by the art, design and architecture of the art deco era, the interior designer has delved into studies of modern classics to inform his unique design sensibilities.
In this article, we share luxury dining tables for the modern dining room, where several shapes and sizes are explored:
After 13 years, Barlas Baylar has reinvented his iconic Knight Base design, introducing the Destrier. This wood dining table is the definition of luxury and it screams elegance.
This rectangular dining table has a polished bronze finish base shown with seamed claro Walnut top. It is also available in Polished Stainless Steel and Patina Bronze. Emanating a bold sense of design and highly structured frame, it will be the transformative moment for your modern dining room.
BANGLE DINING TABLE
This contemporary dining table explores contrasts in terms of design and finishes with high polished bronze with black lacquer top.
Combining contrasting design elements and materials provides a striking design experience. It’s made of high polished bronze with solid walnut slab wop.
Adaptations of classic designs in terms of finish and context, also contributes to a unique dining room environment and experience. Luxury dining tables can change the design set of your dining room.
This modern dining table is made of solid silicon bronze. This is another example of unique design which shakes the dining room’s context with its faceted finish. Luxury dining tables are the perfect scenario for a family meal.
The English Winddor table, made with slab base, above, is an excellent example of modern design with a timeless feel. It can be explored in terms of finish and texture, opening a new realm of possibilities.
This contemporary dining table is made of walnut top with statuary bronze base. Round dining tables are also perceived as more inviting, and can provide a more intimate experience. They can be especially beneficial to bring large groups together for dynamic conversation.
“We put high regard and value on these trees by turning them into pieces of enduring art instead of leaving them out to decay” – Barlas Baylar, Hudson Furniture Inc