Our custom dining tables are fabricated using galvanized steel, different woods, or glass for the tops and acrylic, wood, or iron for the bases. We design a wide range of sizes, down to the inch if necessary, in round, square, rectangle, oval, or racetrack shapes. We have detailed seating charts to help you decide the best size and shape for your table to fit your particular space. The standard lead time for a dining table is 4-8 weeks depending on the materials choice and design. Some of our favorites from the past are below, as well as the link to the DropBox containing lots of ideas and examples.
There are two options for the galvanized steel tops. The first process uses a thinner sheet to "wrap" around the core and the second is a thicker sheet that we weld a band around the edge. A table wax coat is applied after the finish is complete to protect it from daily wear and tear. Different finish options are available, so click the link below to see examples.
2" or 1.5" thick Ash is the primary wood we use for our tables because of the stability, interesting grain patterns, and it takes the finish very well. Oak or other woods are options, so ask if interested. We can do a very large range of finishes from black to white, all sorts of browns and greys and even mixtures.
Glass top dining tables can be fabricated in round, rectangle or oval shapes. In general, 3/4" thickness is the preferred aesthetic, with either a 1" bevel around the edge or flat polish (no bevel).