A few table bases

Here are a few commissioned tables Kyle designed and created with his assistant Kallen over the last few months.

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This table was created for a couple that needed a base to go with their existing butcher block top. Kyle created a hefty design to visually and physically support the thick top. The feet rest on casters so it can be easily moved about the kitchen as needed. You can see the finished table with the top installed below.

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Next up are a pair of large coffee tables for a hotel in the Washington, DC area. The client for these tables requested designs inspired by gears. Kyle had a lot of fun creating these two coordinating tables. These are some seriously substantial tables! They weigh in at about 300 lbs each. Good thing the hotel won’t need to move them often once installed.

Below are a few work-in-process shots of each table, as well as photos of the finished tables and detail shots of each table.

If you have a custom table or base idea you’ve been wanting to bring to life, feel free to reach out to us! And if you’re new to custom work, never fear. We’ll walk you through each step of the process.

Fire Screens in Two Styles

It's funny how requests for a particular item often seem to come in groups. Last fall we had two requests for a total of three fireplace screens.

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The first two fire screens are free-standing screens in a classic style. They feature a riveted design with hammer textured edging. They're easily moved with two handles at the top, and curved brackets on the feet add stability and a bit of style. 

The third firescreen is custom-fit to the fireplace in a modern design. There are no superfluous details in these clean lines. Instead of a latch, the doors have a high-heat magnetic closure of our own design. 

If you are interested in a project like this or any of the others you may have seen on our website or social media, please feel free to drop us a line!

Butler's Pantry

This all-steel butler's pantry was a commission for a chef here in Richmond and a fun change of pace for us. She wanted a distressed look to this piece, so the welds and darkened mill scale on the steel are rougher than our usual treatment. Check out a few shots of the process and installation below.

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The bottom doors are fronted with steel mesh, while the top doors have glass installed in them. We thought this handsome and industrial piece looked just right once installed in its downtown loft home.

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