Wednesday, October 31, 2012
A common style choice for conference tables is our harvest table design – with four legs and skirting. We typically make the skirting and legs black (for a more formal look) and do faux drawer front on the ends for electronics access.
We made this reclaimed wood boardroom for Desire2Learn; a software company based out of Kitchener, ON. They recently opened a new office in Toronto and chose HD Threshing Floor Furniture again [we also did several boardroom tables at their Kitchener location in the historic Tannery District.. check the ‘Office’ under ‘Tables’ to check those out].
We also embedded their logo in the top. This is done by laser-cutting the graphic out of steel; and then routering the graphic into the table top. After this, we flood epoxy over top of the whole table top to encase the logo and bring out the beautiful patina out of the aged wood. The logo contrasts nicely with the threshing floor boards (Pine). Our epoxy with matte polyurethane finish is ideal for boardroom tables as it’s durable and smooth enough to write on easily.