Legendary dining tables, special events and the latest creations from Live Edge Design
LEGENDARY DINING TABLES
If a home has a heart, surely it is the dining table.
A single place all inhabitants gather to plan or re-hash each day over a shared meal.
Where every holiday feast is shared amongst family and friends.
Rituals, and rights-of- passage; birthdays, bar mitzvahs, engagements and graduations.
Here at least, religion, politics and rumor are not taboo over a cup of tea and a scone.
Tastes and smells bring up the memories of a life built around the dining table.
John Lore, Owner and 'Head of the table' at Live Edge Design
"I never thought I'd say I LOVE a table, but I really, really do! We are on acreage, 1000 feet above sea level in the middle of the forest, so the table is in its natural element, literally!!!"
Sylvia, commenting on her custom curvaceous dining table
ONETREE EXHIBIT UPDATE...
The oneTree exhibit at the Robert Bateman Centre is fast approaching so John has been busy designing a dining suite from the oneTree walnut tree.
Follow the progress of this dining suite on ourfacebook page
Explore our creation in 3D...seriously - click the link and take this design for a spin!
GET AN EARLY PREVIEW
Come for a special viewing of the oneTree dining suite and other pieces from the oneTree exhibit as well as the story behind the oneTree at IDS West, September 28 - October 1st (booth 1539)
Are you a oneTree fan already, would you consider yourself an advocate for this show and concept? Please reach out to email@example.com to find out how you could bring a oneTree presentation to your community and get others equally excited about this up coming exhibit.
The heart of the home; the dining table. The heart of the party; the kitchen Island.
Sleek, 'Metro' dining table
Imagine the conversations around this 'Valdez' dining table
LET'S MAKE A DATE
Come visit the Live Edge Booth and the oneTree booth on the mainland at IDS West at the end of September...we'd love to see you!
Interested in design, architect, value added wood products and the Cowichan Valley economic environment? Save the date (November 30th) for VIEA's exciting symposium and watch this space for more information.