extending tables the best space saver for every dining room!
(PRWEB UK) 15 May 2013
Award winning furniture designer Chris Berry and his wife Clare are looking forward to seeing the public reaction to their updated range of extending dining tables. The Photo shoot had been put off numerous times, due to bad weather, but with a solid spell of bright sunshine, instead of enjoying the sun the team assembled to make the most of the opportunity to shoot the seasons range of dining room tables and chairs. These hand crafted British assembled tables are designed by Chris and manufactured from the highest quality materials. The mechanisms are made to the highest specification and the seamless craftsmanship is something to behold.
The photo shoot, held on the property in Berkshire, was somewhat overdue, with numerous new tables and chairs needing photographing, and some of the classics in the range needing updating. Photography, as all designers know, is imperative to showing the customer the true beauty of the design. Tables and chairs are no different, so it was great to have some quality light to enhance the photo shoot with some amazing shading adding to the options. With all the images needed for multiple media, including the website and the new catalogue, getting things right was always going to take time and patience.
The range includes updated versions of the best sellers from 2012, including the infinity and air tables. These extending dining tables, made from oak or walnut, in sizes to suit even the largest room, remain top sellers for the company. With the ability to add multiple flaps the tables are cleverly designed so the tables can seat any number from 6 to 18 diners. The mechanisms vary according to the design, with classic drop in, central and end slide outs and the butterfly fold out. These marvellous creations really are an engineering feat.
The family owned company, based in leafy Berkshire at Crux Easton, remains committed to producing top quality products for the UK and specifically London market. Based only an hour outside of the city, the client base has spread by word of mouth, referral and via the internet. The high quality of the workmanship and the individuality of the tables mean’s that it is a fairly considerable investment for many people. Like any item of quality though, you get what you pay for, and in this case the craftsmanship is truly amazing.
The range of round extending tables, in the May 2013 catalogue has been greatly expanded, with new tables added, as well as twists on the old classics like the circa. The oval Fixed Ellipse table has had a face lift and even the smallest table in the range, the Bridge round table, normally seating only four people, has had a hidden extension flap added to it , thus turning it in to an oval table to seat six or even eight guests. The number of photos needed to show all the variations meant that by the end of the day literally thousands of photos were ready to be edited.
The task of editing the photos was one which every company knows is something that needs time, patience and an expert eye. The quality of the images can be seen on the website, http://www.berrydesign.co.uk, as well as the downloadable pdf or simply request a brochure on line, and have it sent out old school style.