Chart Tables – Latitude Kinsale
Each of our charts can be made for anywhere in the world, based on the maritime chart.
Our 3D Chart Table Range
Creating bespoke furniture in the form of Chart Tables. Latitude Kinsale combines its creative talent by embedding a 3D chart under glass in a truly unique piece putting your own personal stamp on a piece of fine furniture.
It’s not just for dry land either! Latitude Kinsale can design a table that will integrate seamlessly into your boat’s interior. Throw in embedded surround lighting and you will add a serious “wow” factor that will set your interior apart from the rest.
Design to suit your requirements.
Latitude Kinsale have several chart table designs to suit different settings. They range from a contemporary walnut, designed to suit the modern home or holiday home. Classic mahogany with brass edging to suit the stately look of an older house. Teak with a marine look to fit in with a nautical theme. Brushed stainless steel to match the interior of an executive’s office. If none of the above match your needs then we will design a solution specifically for you.
Seeing the relief chart set into the table in its natural setting is fitting, you are looking down on the chart as would a ship´s captain at his navigation table. Built into the table is Latitude Kinsale’s unique surround lighting. Imagine entering the room and seeing the soft glow that emanates from the table into the surrounding environment. The lighting is a feature in its own right, add to this the 3D chart and you now have something very unique.
Art that is fit for purpose.
On a boat, the chart table is in its perfect setting. Consider for a moment that the inside of any boat is very limited on wall space. Hanging any kind of art is difficult because of the space available, and matching the decor can be very difficult. Choosing a theme is also a challenge. Let´s consider the chart table; a 3D chart is a fitting accessory as it is nautical and very pleasing to the eye, as well as being relevant. Now consider the table – every boat has a table of some sort, so combine the two and you now have a piece of art that is fit for purpose, looks well, is functional and adds a serious wow factor to the inside of any yacht, be it 30 foot or 130 foot. Finally, imagine entering the cabin at night with the surround lighting casting its soft light into the cabin. Now you have the ‘wow factor’ that sets your boat apart from the rest, no matter what size.
The process is simple, let us know what your setting is and we will work with you to design a solution that blends in with your surroundings. We manufacture using highly skilled master craftsmen, assemble and ship to any location in the world. We have access to naval architects who are world leaders in their field, so designing for superyachts is yet another service that Latitude Kinsale can provide.
The key to Latitude Kinsale’s success.
Being creative is the key to Latitude Kinsale’s success, you know that their work is very high quality and that the end result is truly a work of art that will last a lifetime and more. Our clients will stand testimony to our work, our commitment to quality and our assurance of providing you with a unique solution no matter where you live in the world. We have clients in Australia, New Zealand, throughout Europe , Russia, Hong Kong, Singapore, USA, Africa, India … see our galleries.
- Each table is bespoke depending on the clients requirements.
- A quote will be prepared for each inquiry, it will include a PDF showing the nautical chart section and suggested options.
- Latitude Kinsale prides itself in its ability to create and ship to any location in the world.
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