- 15 degree slight angling away on the bottom, cut the full height of the table.
- Square corners
- An elegant base that nicely compliments some angular styles (Atlin Legs)
What is it?
On wood dining tables with a Hamelin edge the edges are all cut at a 15 degree angle on the full thickness of the wood. To highlight the full bevel, the corners of this table are square.
Why do I want it?
A Hamelin edge creates a sophisticated look. As the side angles away from the guests, it subtly allows more space for guests to sit comfortably.
Where does it suit?
We recommend a Hamelin edge in spaces with strong architectural lines. It pairs particularly well with angular steel legs.
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