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Introducing Cement Fibre

20 March 2017

The growing popularity of industrial style furniture and home accessories in the last few years, led us to design the first item in our Chilson Range

The table tops are fashioned from Cement Fibre and the legs are crafted from hard wearing Acacia Wood. This combination gives a lovely juxtaposition between the natural and industrial appearance of the materials. 

Whilst this range was inspired by cement, in reality it would not have been practical to produce a solid cement table.  Rather using Cement Fibre has allowed the range to maintain the same desired texture, durability and a modern feel.  It is has proved extremely popular as a lighter weight yet robust product range.

Each leg has a stopper which protects the wood from absorbing any moisture from damp ground, which could over time compromise the wood. The Cement Fibre top on each piece has been sealed  to ensure it is weatherproof making it perfect for indoor and outdoor use. However, we do recommend covering an outdoor set during the winter months to prolong its life.
This clean, contemporary look with distinct lines and exciting materials will take pride of place in any home or garden. The range offers a multitude of options from tables only, to tables and stools in two sizes, to mix & match table and Driffield Chair sets.

Browse the full range here.


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