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SHF: Pioneers in Dining Room Trends


The designers at SHF have taken care of all your dining room desires in an exquisite variety of tables and chairs to suit many high-end interior styles. The humble table takes centre stage as a beautiful masterpiece of design that is sure to have your guests marvelling at every detail.

Here we take a look at some of the influencing SHF dining trends of the season:

  1. The Roberto Dining Table is brass intersected and inspired by Leon Moisseiff’s 1930’s Golden Gate Bridge. Its perennial modern appeal ensures that it is suitable for an ever-changing home.
  2. We love the brushed metal, clean lines, tubular legs and sturdy wheels of the distinct Island Bar Table. Crafted locally inland of the coast, its modern discernment is a reflection of ThyssenKrupp Quarters Q1 Building accentuating design and function.
  3. SHF’s Kuma Dining Table is intersected with slender vaulted pieces that accentuate simplicity, minimalistic design and urbanism. We love the smooth white finish with textured top, blending both modern and classical elements.
  4. Bold in scale and rich in character, the Petite Tressle Dining Table uses aged wood with natural cracks and imperfections, authenticating each piece as one of a kind.
  5. These beautifully crafted chairs are the ideal addition to any dining room. Modern yet with an industrial feel, thanks to the gun metal finish.
  6. The Mainstay dining chair is eerily familiar to slated iron gates and adds an industrial urban appeal to your space, modelled after the originally styled art deco chairs.
  7. Heated by skilled artisans to the perfect temperature before being authentically hand beaten, the Walker Dining Chair is a unique piece – crafted in the foothills of Shivalik.
  8. Each Quaker Chair is characterised by unique hand finishing and attention to authentic detail.
  9. The Alto collection of dining room tables is an intricately threaded metal artwork. The simple spoke-like design is inspired by the first styled wheel dating to 2000 BC, and makes for a beautiful symphony of modern appeal with the traits of a well-tuned voice.

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