The neoclassically inspired Manon Draw Table stands out. The top combines the character of random Acacia with hand planing to create not only the look but also the feel of an antique. The addition of a simple rope inlay adds the hint of elegance and visual break that make it a provincial masterpiece. A framed apron and canted saber leg work work almost anywhere.
The Manon is one of those rare designs capable of blending into many environments. It is more provincial than French, Italian, or English. At the same time, the Manon has the refinement to be dressed up. With the Designer Palette paint program, we also see it going Scandinavian or even bolder for a sun room. In a loft, it could conceivably be paired with a leather chair to make an excellent writing table.