2 New Vintage Industrial Dining Table Designs

By November 4, 2011 conference table, dining table

Here’s a sneak peak of a couple new designs that are almost finished. Both are heavy duty dining tables. We’re pretty happy with how they turned out. Will have finished pictures and more information soon.

Hure Dining Table with a worn oak top. The bases are crafted out of very heavy gauge steel, and are connect with a large 2″ screw.

Floyd Dining table – This base was built to support a large top. It weighs around 400 lbs, and has a great vintage patina. Most of the weight is in the solid 1 3/8″ thick steel bottom which makes it stable for big tops, or an elephant or two.

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  • nathan says:

    do you do anything with adjustable height dining tables? i love the look of the floyd dining table, but my wife and i want a table that can adjust from a japanese sit-on-the-floor-height to a cocktail stand-and-talk-height, while still maintaining a retro/rustic look.