Kingsland Dining Table

The Kingsland Dining Table by furniture designer Gareth Neal, was designed and made during the first Covid-19 lockdown. Surrounded by his family during an intense period of isolation, this unique piece of furniture is a very personal project for Gareth. Pared back to the very minimum, the table celebrates simplicity and purity of form. The design is honest, allowing the craftsmanship to shine through in the highly executed joint details. An elegant ten-seater, made with family activity and communal dining in mind. This exclusive piece would match well with Gareth’s other designs for The New Craftsmen – the Brodgar dining and occasional chairs.

This product is available in bespoke variations, please enquire for further details.

Material: Pale Ash
cm: Width 80cm, Depth 264cm, Height 74cm
inches: Width 31.5in, Depth 103.9in, Height 29.1in
Care Instructions: Wipe with a damp cloth, surface may require oiling every few years. As with any timber product, it may change over time and will be susceptible to changes in temperature and moisture.To avoid any permanent damage, clean up spillages immediately with a damp cloth and protect the surface with coaster and placemats. Position in a consistent and temperate location, away from direct heat sources or very cold/damp environments.
Lead Time: 8-10 weeks


Gareth is passionate about honouring people, process and place and working collaboratively to champion the use of indigenous materials and traditional processes. The Kingsland Dining Table is made from Ash using traditional joinery techniques but also incorporates specially designed joint details allowing the rounds to beautifully come together. The joints are a variation on the traditional scarf joint and a mortise and tenon joint. Finished in Matt White Osmo wax.
The Maker Gareth Neal Furniture Maker - London

Gareth Neal is an East London-based furniture designer who through material inventiveness and curiosity, has helped to shape a new era in contemporary British craft. Gareth is passionate about honouring ‘people, process and place’ working collaboratively to champion the use of indigenous materials and traditional processes. Gareth Neal’s studio produces a variety of furniture pieces including seating, cabinetry and sculptural artworks all with a focus on sustainability and respect to the environment.