The Bistro Table: a piece of French history reminiscent of art, philosophy, and literature at the turn of the century.
The French bistro is so iconic and symbolic of a place where true thinkers came to share ideas and company, a café that speaks to simpler times. French art deco has become prevalent in interior design, more than 100 years after the bistro table’s introduction.
This modern take, precisely cut from sheet metal, encourages the social interaction that the bistro table once stood for. A compliment to any kitchen, coffee bar or restaurant, the stylized piece becomes a subtle reflection of the culinary landscape of Paris.
Bistro Scene is cut from a single piece of steel with a protective powder coated finish so it’ll look great for a long, long time.
Dimensions: Varies with hanging because this is a two-piece item. The table and chairs are over 28″ tall and 23″ wide while the Cafe sign is another 16 1/2″ tall and 23″ wide.
The table and chairs are pushed from the wall about 1 3/4″ using tiny “feet” while the cafe sign sets flush to the wall providing an interesting view of the scene – when light hits it or not.
Here are a couple more examples of the art hanging in homes:
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