Small English pieces of furniture, classic occasional tables and English yew chairs
We often need pieces of furniture that are useful helpers in everyday life. Most of these are lovely small English pieces of furniture. Chests for your blankets or childrens‘ toys, classic occasional tables to place some attractive vases or lamps on, magazine racks, English yew chairs and more. Of course, there are many small English pieces of furniture also in yew wood since yew wood is particularly popular. Small English pieces of furniture in yew are bright, attractive and sturdy. You can use pieces such as classic occasional tables everywhere in the house and create a nice place to live in.
Yew wine tables and yew dining tables
Elegant yew wine tables are the perfect furniture to make your interior look more attractive and prevent your home from being sparsely furnished. Classic yew wine tables are of course made of high quality solid yew. They is available in different sizes. Yew wine tables are called wine tables because they were formerly used to serve wine next to the old wonderful Chesterfield sofa. A larger version of classic yew tables are popular yew dining tables which are perfectly suitable for every dining area since there are so many different sizes and variations. Some can even be expanded by just pulling it apart and putting an additional wooden leaf in between to create a larger tabletop surface. Yew dining tables are available as classic oval d-end tables which is quite common and popular.
Hand-polished yew dining chairs for your English dining table
Hand-polished yew dining chairs are the perfect chairs for your English dining table. They are bright and attractive just like a classic English dining table of yew. Hand-polished yew dining chairs are typically English since there are not many craftmen who polish the surface of their furniture by hand any more – not even in England. But there are still a few capable furniture makers who do so and our partners are of that special kind. Keep in mind that there are different shades of yew colours. So when you decide to buy an English dining table with matching hand-polished yew dining chairs you should better make sure that the colour matches as well. And please keep in mind that yew furniture gets darker after years of use. This has nothing to do with their quality, it is a completely normal process which should always be minded to prevent yourself from being disappointed after a few decades of use. As a suitable sofa we recommend a classic Chesterfield sofa.