Visit our showroom and workshop in the Borders

The Edinburgh Table Company…in Selkirk?

It’s a long story, that we won’t go into here, but it is a subject we often end up discussing with clients when they visit us. The tables we make can’t be fully appreciated until you see them in person. We do attend events like the Royal Highland Show each year but if you’re not too far away we would encourage you to visit our showroom and workshop so you can see, and touch, our tables and get a feel for the company and the people who will make your furniture for you.

As well as your visit to see us, a trip to the Scottish Borders has a lot to offer for a day out or perhaps a longer stay. We’ve included a few highlights further down this page for other things you can do during your trip.

We are open Mon-Fri 10am to 4pm and Saturday 9:30am to 12pm*.

*You can also check our Google listing for up to date opening times in case we are out delivering when you want to visit.

The Showroom

We have a selection of tables in our showroom so you can see the different styles and also the range of wood species we use for the tops and frames. You can also see the finish options and a range of Farrow & Ball colours. The feedback we get is that our clients value the opportunity to make decisions, such as their finish colour, in person and often end up choosing or seeing an option they hadn’t considered prior to their visit. You will received a warm welcome and a cup of tea or coffee and will be given the space and time to discuss your options in private.

The Workshop

During your visit you are welcome to tour the workshop so you can see where your table will be created and get a sense of how much work goes into each piece. We can show you the raw materials we use and, for those who are interested, the tools and machinery we operate. You can usually see tables in various stages of build through to some finished customer tables awaiting delivery.

Make a trip to the beautiful Scottish Borders

We realise a making the journey to see us in Selkirk won’t be easy for everyone but there are lots of great things to see and do in Selkirk and the surrounding area. The Scottish Borders is blessed with beautiful scenery, visitor attractions and places to eat and drink so we’ve listed below just a few of the things we can recommend to turn your visit into a day out.

In Selkirk
After you’ve been to see us it may be time for lunch or a coffee and we can recommend Three Hills Coffee and the Peony Rose in the town centre or the Waterwheel at Philiphaugh Estate on the road out to St Mary’s Loch. We have the Lochcarron of Scotland visitor centre just a few doors along from us and the Selkirk Gin Distillery shop in the town centre. There is also the Haining for a nice stroll (wheelchair accessible) or the Three Brethren for those looking for something more strenuous.

A few miles away
There is the Great Tapestry of Scotland in Galashiels and the region has 4 abbeys located in Melrose, Kelso, Jedburgh, Dryburgh along with the home of Sir Walter Scott at Abbotsford House and Scotlands oldest continually inhabited house (and brewery) at Traquair.

Getting here and accessibility

Our address and a map can be found here and if travelling by car we have plenty of free parking outside the building. Our building is wheelchair accessible and has an accessible toilet. There is a railway line from Edinburgh that will take you to Galashiels where at the Interchange you can catch the X95 or 73 to Selkirk. We can, by prior arrangement, collect you from the train at Tweedbank just a few minutes past Galashiels.