Mesa desk – in leather or reclaimed teak by Heerenhuis

£965.00£2,785.00

 

The Mesa desk is made with a choice of vegetable tanned Leather top – or Reclaimed Teak top, inlaid on a solid steel base.

Heerenhuis produce the Mesa desk in one size under their Series Production range; it is also available as a Made to Measure table – where almost any size is possible.

 

Series Production sizes
10% discount coupon for Series Production models can be applied to these prices at checkout:

120 x 60 x H75cm = Teak £965

 

Made to Measure sizes
Below we have a price guide for our most popular bespoke sizes, but please get in touch for quotes on your preferred measurements:

140 x 70 x H75cm = Leather £1435
160 x 80 x H75cm = Leather £1895
180 x 90 x H75cm = Leather £2325
250 x 100 x H75cm = Leather £2785

140 x 70 x H75cm = Teak £1305
160 x 80 x H75cm = Teak £1690
180 x 90 x H75cm = Teak £2110
250 x 100 x H75cm = Teak £2490

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Mesa tables are fixed in one piece, so it is not possible to separate the table top and base for access.

 

Maintenance:
Leather tables by Heerenhuis are designed to develop a patina over time; they can be cleaned from time to time by wiping them with a damp cloth.
Scratches can be removed if desired. If you have some small scratches, rub vigorously with your thumb over the scratch till it disappears – or apply sparingly some colourless leather fat (eg. EFFAX Colourless leather fat, which can be bought in any equestrian shop).  If you have many scratches, generously apply some leather fat over the entire table top and carefully warm the scratched leather with a hairdryer.  Then wipe with cloth.

Teak tables by Heerenhuis are left with natural unfinished tops that are designed to develop a patina over time; they should be cleaned regularly with damp cloth and green soap. However, if you would like to remove grease or oil stains, then an oil remover such as Oil-Out may be used.

 

Heerenhuis make contemporary furniture in the traditional way, using authentic materials