This new collectiion of timber tables, stools and benches is both customisable and colourful
August 7th, 2012
Splint System from Yellow Diva is a flexible system of Australian designed and made timber tables, stools & benches.
In name, referencing the 1943 leg splints designed by Ray and Charles Eames for the US Navy, David Walley has created a collection with every piece allowing you to specify the size, shape, height, material and colour.
Bespoke powder coated steel ’splint’ brackets add a subtle splash of colour to an elegant, pared-back silhouette. With tops made of solid American oak or birch plywood, the legs are standard in American oak however Yellow Diva can offer additional timber species.
Stools are offered with three seat heights, tables are available with rectangular, square or round tops and custom dimensions are available beyond the standard sizes.
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