Description

Vaarnii’s rectangular dining table, designed by Fredrik Paulsen, is a bold piece of furniture whose reduced form turns the spotlight to its material, Finnish pinewood. According to the designer, the material’s grain is best described as “psychedelic” and should therefore be used in large areas. What’s more, each table is adorned with a unique grain pattern due to the innate variability of the natural material.

The structure of the wooden dining table is simple but distinctive: it doesn’t hide the table’s construction but, on the contrary, allows you to marvel at it as well as the skills of the craftspeople behind it. The table is crafted in Finland using Finnish pinewood. Pine is softwood, meaning that scratches and dents are bound to form on the surface. Vaarnii encourages you to embrace these imperfections and see them as characterful signs of aging that only add to the allure of the piece.

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001 dining table, rectangular, 160 cm, pine

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Colour
Oil waxed pine
Length
160 cm
Width
90 cm
Height
72 cm
Material
FSC certified pine
Weight
60 kg
Notes
Comes flat-packed. Pine is a soft wood and will suffer some dents and scratches over time, which should be embraced and enjoyed as characterful signs of aging. Pine will naturally change color as it ages with your pale piece of furniture gradually maturing to a beautiful honey color over the course of several years.
Care instructions
Use a microfiber cloth when dusting Vaarnii products. Do not use any solvents on wood, only water is recommended.

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Fredrik Paulsen

Fredrik Paulsen is a Swedish designer whose multidisciplinary work often features themes such as anti-consumption, escapism and psychedelia, as well as countercultures. With his designs, he wants to challenge the preciousness and sophistication traditionally associated with the field – instead, he aims at designs that are carefree, playful and that create a sense of community. Paulsen, who studied at the Beckmans School of Design and the Royal College of Art in London, lives and works in Stockholm.

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