converting coffee table to
CONVERTABLE is a
coffee table that is easily adaptable, expanding and changing height
to give a complete dining solution for modern living.
It arrives complete; no self assembly, and remains complete with all components interconnected.
CONVERTABLE dimensions in cm
You have a choice of two leg styles; the clean modern styling of the ORIGINAL or the traditional fluting of the CLASSIC
Classic fluted leg
Original plain leg
The table has a unique
variable height system that gives plenty of knee space when in the high position and room for six adults; a truly metamorphic table.
CONVERTABLE is constructed using traditional furniture making techniques, showing the pride we take in our craftsmanship. The finger joints on the connecting frame and the carefully matched grain patterns of the table tops are evidence of our care and attention to detail.
"Thanks so much for your beautiful work on the Convertable, it is really smashing, I am very pleased with it." Mr Wood, Southwold 2012
"the best thing I have ever bought" Mrs Kilgour, Edinburgh.
"thankyou for my wonderful Convertable" Charlie Rapple, London.
"I bought a convertable at the country living fair in 1992, and it is still a much loved, if slightly distressed piece of furniture, and the centrepiece of my sitting room." Fay Presto, London 2011
"Ingenious" Jane Peyton The Independent 2005
"an elegant solution" Owen Walker, Homes and Gardens
"This clever coffee table can be converted in a trice into a dining table" Donna Hardy, House Beautiful
prices from £545.00
designed, developed and made in England by Lee Sinclair
first introduced in 1989 and still in production with thousands of users throughout Britain and Europe. This is truly a classic design that will never date and the simple mechanism is extremely durable. Every part has been carefully thought about, even down to the triangular feet that help to make the table firm and secure on a variety of surfaces
CONVERTABLE has featured on many TV programmes and was even a game on BBC's Generation Game in 1991.