Baxter's Grace table was created by designer Christophe Delcourt.
The Grace table is defined by its design principles, which include solid volumes and linear, rigorous geometries. The support surface, which has the shape of an oval that is partially expanded at the intermediate lateral points, overlooks the support base, which takes up the space in a statuary way. Recesses along the surface of the single base block distinguish the profile and lend a sense of formal aesthetic buoyancy to the table's overall design.
Solid oak wood stained in a variety of colors gives the shapes a sturdy appearance. Wood is an ever-evolving material due to its susceptibility to the effects of time and weather. Any irregularities in the wood's hue or grain pattern should be viewed as proof of the item's unique quality and genuine origin.