Nathan Brings Retro Back
Nathan Furniture has launched an original design from its archives to celebrate its centenary this year.
Now called Trinity, the original table was designed in 1963, when Nathan went Scandinavian – this classic design is compact, elegant and very on trend with the current popularity of retro-influenced designs. Trinity was originally called the “Eye Table” and proved hugely popular during the 1960s.
British manufacturer Nathan has been designing and producing quality furniture for over 100 years and has returned to its archives for inspiration for this new piece which authentically captures the essence of mid-century style.
The company was founded in London in 1916 by Nathan Barnett and continues to manufacture from its site at Frostholme Mill in Todmorden, West Yorkshire.
Shapely curves and simple, Danish and Scandinavian lines are at the heart of mid-century styling. Trinity features three oval tables that sit neatly beneath a circular glass table. The table is functional – the oval tables can be pulled out to create a beautiful centrepiece or tucked away to save space when not in use.
Trinity is available with either a glass or sunburst effect top, showcasing the beautiful natural grain of the wood.
Like Nathan’s other popular living, dining and bedroom ranges, Editions, Shades and Shades Bedroom, Trinity is available in a choice of either oak or teak.