Jacques Garcia envisioned the Maison en Ville as a bit of Louis XVI luxury sized for townhouse. The top features ribbon stripe mahogany with enough figure to complement even dark finishes. With a variety of finish options, the versatile Maison en Ville works with almost every style or collection. Given the bold wood, light colors should be weighed carefully.
The Maison has unusual proportions – opening on the long dimension – with the number of extension leaves determining whether it is very small, very large, or in between. With the leaves inserted, the Maison en Ville is slightly wider and thus more attractive than most dining tables. Round taper legs are neoclassical, versatile, and discretely glamorous. White Gold or Fonderie sabots are the finishing touch.