Part ofThe Oxbend Collection
As an extension of the Oxbend collection, we would like to introduce the Oxbend Coffee Table.
The design of the Oxbend bench and chairs is extended to the table, following suit with the hand-wedge tenon and organic curves. This soft-triangle asymmetrical table comes in two sizes featuring a coved dish with sweeping chamfer edges.
These are available as a set of two, which nest together in a wide variety of ways, creating dynamic shapes and uses. Pair them together to add dynamism to your space by overlapping, having one just peaking out, or create a perpendicular shape that engages the other aspects of the room.
White Ash Wood Care: For our White Ash products, we have transitioned from our previous white finish to a traditional Danish soap finish. Since hardwood is a natural material there can be subtle variations in color and grain. To see an accurate representation of our finishes, swipe to see the photo of our white ash soap finish in our swatches.
For smaller items (Tripod Table, Oxbend Chair, and Oxbend Stool) we are usually able to parcel ship, via UPS. You’ll be able to track them via your order confirmation, and standard transit time is 3-5 business days. For larger items (everything not listed above) our standard shipping is via private van delivery. We cultivate a network of independant white glove shippers who ensure the best care while transporting our pieces of furniture to your home. If you need additional services, please contact us.
Because Fernweh Woodworking offers furniture on a made-to-order basis, we do not accept returns. The Warranty Period for furniture purchased from Fernweh Woodworking is 5 years from the date of purchase. During the Warranty Period, Fernweh Woodworking will repair or replace, at no charge, products or parts of a product that proves defective because of improper material or workmanship, under normal use and maintenance.Read more about our Limited Warranty here.
After a couple years of production of our original collection, Justin began dreaming about the next step. We needed to offer some dining / occasional seating, and an idea began percolating for an austere, minimalist chair that could include more classic wood joinery techniques than did our original collection.
Development on what would become the Oxbend Collection began in May of 2019, but the ideation was pretty slow… after some failed attempts, the first Oxbend chair didn’t begin to take final form until October. At that point, Justin had been planning on launching a variety of new items at the Architectural Digest Show in early 2020, but had the realization in late 2019 that the Oxbend chair was actually a full collection: it could be rendered into a bench and a bar stool, offering the opportunity to launch an entire cohesive collection at one go. Those latter two items have been our best-sellers since that time!
Two years after the launch of the trio of chair/stool/bench in the Oxbend Collection, Justin had an idea to round out the collection with a coffee table. The thickness of the top, the chamfer around the bottom, and the cove all match or speak to those same aspects in the Oxbend seats; the legs are a chunkier version of the Oxbend chair legs. The rounded triangular shape actually comes from early ideations of the ottoman for the sling chair.