The Crossa dining table styling is inspired by the vintage French farmhouse. The basic cross which forms the legs was a common way of assembling simple pedestal tables for kitchen galleys, from the mid 18th century. We have taken that simple concept, maintained the same engineering and oversize metal bolts and added our famous finishing...
Designed to last 100 years, the Vast Crossa table has the style and strength to endure!
Ctr Dining Table
The aptly named Harvest, is a statement in over engineering. We made this table to debunk the theory that tables aren't made like they used to (be). The table top is made exclusively from solid 40mm planks of mango wood that run its length and the fake thick edge that is commonplace in the market for this style. A table designed to last generations.
The Old Door is the product that really converted Vast’s love of salvaged timber into our first mainstream recycling success.
Perhaps one of the main reasons for its popularity is how the combination of new timber (used in the frame and legs) contrasts neatly with the recycled timber that is used in the inset panels on the top.
As the name suggests the feature timber used in these tables is sourced predominantly from salvaged old wooden doors which are often approx. 40-60 years old
The top is hand assembled from solid recycled hardwood planks ; carefully selected and married sympathetically with others to create a design fingerprint that is unique every time.
The table surface then has the hand application of four individual layers of hard wearing German lacquer that is interspersed with light sanding between each coat, providing a surface that easily stands up to boiling water, red wine spills, hot plates etc.
These tables incorporate our signature strength guarantee and really are designed to last a century, or in our words “a lifetime of meal times”
The Prahu Bar stool has such a remarkable sustainability story behind it, that you’ll just have to own one! To source the timber used in this piece, Vast locates sunken fishing boats found in freshwater bodies all around Indonesia, raises them up, dismantles and harvests the pieces of wood, drying it all out and then recrafting it into the beautiful table you see here.
Since we started making this range, in 2007, we have refloated around 400 boats, and we’re sure we don’t have to tell you how much of an impact that has had on recycling! This means that every single piece of this unit has a story, and because the wood is teak, it will never rot. It really offers the whole package
Each piece of the Prahu Range has its own distinct features for the next owner to relive its saga.